Here you will find selected letters you have written (earlier ones over the years are here), and a quick quiz.
I received these letters recently, and thought you would enjoy them as much as I did…
From: Paul Saunders
On: Saturday 9 June, 2018
Great to see that my favourite author has been recognised with a CBE. Well done that man and well deserved.
From: Jon Vidar Thorisson
On: Tuesday 12 June, 2018
I find your historical novels’ mixture of fiction and real people brilliant. Many times I’ve stopped reading and gone to google to check out facts. Great work from you.
From: Steve Smith
On: Wednesday 20 June, 2018
I read the Kingsbridge and Century trilogies. They were some of the best books I have ever read. I love historical fiction. Are you going to do a trilogy that links 'A Column of Fire' with 'Fall of Giants'?
On: Friday 22 June, 2018
I am 88 years old. An avid reader since childhood. I have enjoyed ALL your novels immensely. If I had to pick a favourite, it would be 'Key to Rebecca', simply because it launched me into a great Follett reading adventure. Thank you.
From: Faye E Grant
On: Thursday 21 June, 2018
I bought ‘A Column of Fire’ as soon as it was available but did not start to read it until after Christmas, however, anyone who came to my home had a chance to pet the pages, they feel like silk. Then I began to read it. but only when I ate my breakfast, so it would last. It was wonderful as always, I loved to be back in Kingsbridge.
From: Sandi Serkess
On: Thursday 28 June, 2018
Just finished the Kingsbridge Trilogy -- hated to see it end!
From: Susan Taylor
On: Friday 29 June, 2018
As a 55 yr old I have read a lot of books and then I stumbled upon ‘Pillars’ and all the books that I have ever read paled into insignificance. I have never felt the need to send an author a message before but I would like to say thank you for what is the best book that I have ever read. I will certainly be seeking out your other novels.
If you’ve read several of my books, you might enjoy matching the first line with the title, or guessing the working title