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Storm Island

Eye of the Needle

by Ken Follett

I used to devour thrillers, sometimes two or three a week. Stories by Alistair McLean, Ian Fleming, Desmond Bagley, Hammond Innes, Jeffrey Archer, Michael Crichton and others were often read at a sitting. 427 more words


Hornet Flight

I read the book Hornet Flight by Ken Follett. I would recommend this book to anyone who has a strong leaning towards war time books. This particular wartime novel is set in 1941, during a time when Britain was at loggerheads with the Nazis. 737 more words

Sunday January 31st, 2016

Food for thought.

Certain foods bring back memories. ¬†Well they do for me anyway and I’m sure for most people if they stop to think about it. 1,403 more words

Friday January 29th, 2016

I was up at the crack of 8:30am to watch Andy Murray winning his Australian Open semi final match against the giant Canadian Milos Raonic… 889 more words

There's no right rite to write, right?

I think almost everybody has a preferred ritual for writing, and every one has their own ritual. I like to sacrifice a fatted lamb to the muses in the hopes of dislodging the words from within my mind… 596 more words

Serial Novel

Good Books, Bad Sequels

Good evening, my dearest readers!

One of the many goals I set myself this year was to look at older posts and update them a little. 925 more words


33. The Pillars of the Earth, Ken Follett

Man builds cathedral. Hardly the most exciting premise for a book huh?

So it’s probably just as well that Follett’s 1989 masterpiece is about so much more than just the combining of bricks and mortar. 511 more words