History Literature / ThePillarsOfTheEarth

9th Apr '18 10:56:18 PM Kynovember
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He followed it up with two sequels many years later: ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', which picks up with the characters' ancestors in the same village in 1327, and ''A Column Of Fire'', beginning in 1588. Also adapted, along with ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame, and a VideoGame developed by Daedalic Entertainment and were released in 3 parts.

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He followed it up with two sequels many years later: ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', which picks up with the characters' ancestors in the same village in 1327, and ''A Column Of Fire'', beginning in 1588. Also adapted, along with ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame, and a VideoGame developed by [[Creator/DaedalicEntertainment Daedalic Entertainment Entertainment]] and were released in 3 parts.
9th Apr '18 5:27:28 AM moloch
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An epic novel, published in 1989 and set in 12th century England, ''The Pillars of the Earth'' is the chronicle of a man, his family, their enemies and the extraordinary dream that consumes them all. It is by far the [[BlackSheepHit most popular]] story Ken Follett, [[GenreAdultery mainly an author of thrillers and various spy novels]], has ever written. He followed it up with a sequel many years later: ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', which takes place several generations later in the same village.

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An epic novel, published in 1989 and set in 12th century England, ''The Pillars of the Earth'' is the chronicle of a man, his family, their enemies and the extraordinary dream that consumes them all. It is by far the [[BlackSheepHit most popular]] story Ken Follett, [[GenreAdultery mainly an author of thrillers and various spy novels]], has ever written. He followed it up with a sequel many years later: ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', which takes place several generations later in the same village.\n



Also adapted, along with ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame, and a VideoGame developed by Daedalic Entertainment and were released in 3 parts.

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He followed it up with two sequels many years later: ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', which picks up with the characters' ancestors in the same village in 1327, and ''A Column Of Fire'', beginning in 1588. Also adapted, along with ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame, and a VideoGame developed by Daedalic Entertainment and were released in 3 parts.
1st Apr '18 8:19:39 PM BiffJr
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Also adapted, along with ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame, and a VideoGame developed by Daedalic Entertainment and are released into three parts (Parts 1 and 2 in 2017, Part 3 in 2018).

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Also adapted, along with ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame, and a VideoGame developed by Daedalic Entertainment and are were released into three parts (Parts 1 and 2 in 2017, Part 3 in 2018).
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1st Apr '18 2:59:01 AM Kynovember
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Also adapted, along with ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame, and a VideoGame developed by Daedalic Entertainment and are released into three parts (Parts 1 and 2 in 2017, Part 3 set to release in 2018).

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Also adapted, along with ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame, and a VideoGame developed by Daedalic Entertainment and are released into three parts (Parts 1 and 2 in 2017, Part 3 set to release in 2018).
6th Mar '18 9:52:37 AM alnair20aug93
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Also adapted, along with ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame.

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Also adapted, along with ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame.
BoardGame, and a VideoGame developed by Daedalic Entertainment and are released into three parts (Parts 1 and 2 in 2017, Part 3 set to release in 2018).
9th Jan '18 5:00:33 AM Cryoclaste
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An epic novel, published in 1989 and set in 12th century England, ''The Pillars of the Earth'' is the chronicle of a man, his family, their enemies and the extraordinary dream that consumes them all. It is by far the [[BlackSheepHit most popular]] story Ken Follett, [[GenreAdultery mainly an author of thrillers and various spy novels]], has ever written. He followed it up with a sequel many years later: ''WorldWithoutEnd'', which takes place several generations later in the same village.

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An epic novel, published in 1989 and set in 12th century England, ''The Pillars of the Earth'' is the chronicle of a man, his family, their enemies and the extraordinary dream that consumes them all. It is by far the [[BlackSheepHit most popular]] story Ken Follett, [[GenreAdultery mainly an author of thrillers and various spy novels]], has ever written. He followed it up with a sequel many years later: ''WorldWithoutEnd'', ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', which takes place several generations later in the same village.



Also adapted, along with ''WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame.

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Also adapted, along with ''WorldWithoutEnd'', ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'', into a popular {{Euro|Game}} BoardGame.



** ''WorldWithoutEnd'' is a SurprisinglyImprovedSequel in this regard, with the guild and feudal manor systems in particular playing a prominent role.

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** ''WorldWithoutEnd'' ''Literature/WorldWithoutEnd'' is a SurprisinglyImprovedSequel in this regard, with the guild and feudal manor systems in particular playing a prominent role.
4th Jan '18 6:05:27 PM nombretomado
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* HistoricalFiction / HistoricalDomainCharacter: [[TheHouseOfNormandy Queen Maud]], Kings [[UsefulNotes/HenryTheSecond Henry II]] and Stephen, and Thomas Becket play significant roles in the book. The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Lincoln_%281141%29 Battle of Lincoln]] is a key plot point. King Henry I appears in the television miniseries. Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester, also appears in the book, and Robert, Earl of Gloucester, drives much of the early plot by his actions.

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* HistoricalFiction / HistoricalDomainCharacter: [[TheHouseOfNormandy [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfNormandy Queen Maud]], Kings [[UsefulNotes/HenryTheSecond Henry II]] and Stephen, and Thomas Becket play significant roles in the book. The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Lincoln_%281141%29 Battle of Lincoln]] is a key plot point. King Henry I appears in the television miniseries. Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester, also appears in the book, and Robert, Earl of Gloucester, drives much of the early plot by his actions.
3rd Jan '18 3:25:43 PM gmonkey42
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* BigBadDuumvirate: Waleran Bigod and the Hamleighs, particularly William. They're schemes are the main source of problems that the people of Kingsbridge have to contend with.

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* BigBadDuumvirate: Waleran Bigod and the Hamleighs, particularly William. They're Their schemes are the main source of problems that the people of Kingsbridge have to contend with.
20th Nov '17 6:54:49 AM DeanMT94
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* HistoricalFiction / HistoricalDomainCharacter: [[TheHouseOfNormandy Queen Maud]], Kings [[UsefulNotes/HenryTheSecond Henry II]] and Stephen, and Thomas Becket play significant roles in the book. The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Lincoln_%281141%29 Battle of Lincoln]] is a key plot point. King Henry I appears in the television miniseries.

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* HistoricalFiction / HistoricalDomainCharacter: [[TheHouseOfNormandy Queen Maud]], Kings [[UsefulNotes/HenryTheSecond Henry II]] and Stephen, and Thomas Becket play significant roles in the book. The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Lincoln_%281141%29 Battle of Lincoln]] is a key plot point. King Henry I appears in the television miniseries. Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester, also appears in the book, and Robert, Earl of Gloucester, drives much of the early plot by his actions.
12th Apr '17 8:37:12 AM FictionFan101
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* BigBadDuumvirate: Waleran Bigod and the Hamleighs, particularly William. They're schemes are the main source of the problems that the people of Kingsbridge have to contend with.

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* BigBadDuumvirate: Waleran Bigod and the Hamleighs, particularly William. They're schemes are the main source of the problems that the people of Kingsbridge have to contend with.
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