*The Pillars of the Earth

by Ken Follett | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0451166892 Global Overview for this book
Registered by aussieQ8 on 3/27/2005
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7 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by aussieQ8 on Sunday, March 27, 2005
"Enormous and brilliant...A great epic tale...Crammed with characters unbelievably alive across the great gulf of countries...touches all human emotion-love and hate,loyalty and treachery,hope and despair. see for yourself. This is truly a novel to get lost in and one of the marvels of the publishing year."

The best book I have ever read!

If you would like to be added to this book ring, please PM me. Pls note: try to keep the ring/ray moving! If for whatever reason you are unable to send the book off to the next person within a month, please either make a journal entry or Pm me to let myself and others know of the books status. Thank you to all who have joined. Cheers and happy reading! :)

bookmanu -Portugal(sent,10.04.05)Has arrived safely!
Guadi -Portugal.Has arrived safely!27.05.05
Sublevel4 -Netherlands.Has arrived safely!13.07.05
lauraloo29 -Canada-arrived safely! 08.09.05
loveamystery -Canada-arrived safely! 29.09.05
GRAN-DUCATO -Chile. Hs arrived safely! 11.11.05
Gizmopuddy -Ireland
Sunlightbub -UK
Then back to me :)


Journal Entry 2 by aussieQ8 at School post service in By mail, A Bookring -- Controlled Releases on Sunday, April 10, 2005

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On it's way to Bookmanu in Portugal!May it's journey be safe!

Journal Entry 3 by bookmanu from Cascais, Lisboa (distrito) Portugal on Thursday, April 28, 2005
The book has arrived safe and sound...It must have had quite a journey. The original envelope it was sent in was badly torn. Luckily someone from one of the postal handling centres along its trip from Kuwait to Portugal put it in a nice, protective, clear plastic bag!

Will read and send it on its way soon.

Journal Entry 4 by bookmanu from Cascais, Lisboa (distrito) Portugal on Wednesday, May 25, 2005
Wow! I wasn't expecting 971 pages!The story was well worth reading....it was certainly 'a great epic tale', following the trials and tribulations of a few families in 12th century England over a period of around 50 years. While reading the book I was transported to 'Kingsbridge' and Winchester in the middle ages.This is the first Ken Follett book I've ever read. I'm now looking forward to reading more.

Thanks for sharing it aussieQ8! The book was mailed to Guadi on Monday 23 May.

Journal Entry 5 by Guadi from Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto Portugal on Thursday, May 26, 2005
It has just arrived yesterday. Thanx.

Journal Entry 6 by Guadi from Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto Portugal on Monday, July 11, 2005
Thanx aussieQ8, i really enjoy reading this book.It's enormous but it's worth reading.

The book is going to be mailed today to Sublevel4.

Journal Entry 7 by Sublevel4 from Amsterdam, Noord-Holland Netherlands on Wednesday, July 13, 2005
Arrived today with the mail. Not sure when I'll have time to read it as I am currently not finished with the book I am reading and this is the 2nd Bookring book to arrive this week. Anyhow, I'll get on to it asap... Thanks to all for the book!

Journal Entry 8 by Sublevel4 from Amsterdam, Noord-Holland Netherlands on Thursday, August 25, 2005
A brilliant book! Didn't want it to end...

As soon as I have lauraloo29's address I'll send it on its way.

Journal Entry 9 by Sublevel4 from Amsterdam, Noord-Holland Netherlands on Friday, August 26, 2005
Put in the post and sent to Canada today.

Journal Entry 10 by winglauraloo29wing from Edmonton, Alberta Canada on Thursday, September 8, 2005
Arrived today. Forgot this was a ring. Yikes! :) 950+ pages! Not to worry. I'll keep the book moving. Thank you!

Update - September 21st: I am 2/3 through! I'm enjoying the book but not getting as much reading time as I had hoped. I should finish by the end of the weekend. :)

Journal Entry 11 by winglauraloo29wing from Edmonton, Alberta Canada on Thursday, September 22, 2005
Whew! What a read! Its been a while since I've read a thick book. I enjoyed it. I dont' seem to have read much on this time in history. I really liked the character of Alina. I really liked the fact that it didn't get bogged down too much in the history and politics. Too many times in historical fiction the fictional characters have to interact too much with historical characters. This was just enough.

I did find myself frustrated to get to the end. I just wanted to know the answer to the secret. :)

Thank you for sharing. This will be in the mail on Monday.

Journal Entry 12 by loveamystery from Vancouver, British Columbia Canada on Thursday, September 29, 2005
This book arrived with today's mail and it is quite big. It may take me a while to read it. Thanks lauraloo29 for sending it to me.

Journal Entry 13 by loveamystery at Bookring in Bookring, A Bookring -- Controlled Releases on Friday, October 21, 2005

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I have mailed this book off to Gran-Ducato by air mail today. It is three weeks now since the book arrived and I have not been able to get to it yet, so I bought my own copy and will read it at my leisure. I did not want to hold the book up any longer. Enjoy!

Journal Entry 14 by GRAN-DUCATO from Santiago, Región Metropolitana Chile on Friday, November 11, 2005
I've just got it, today 11/11/05, I think it is the longest bokk I've ever had. I just hope it doesn't take too long for me to read it in order to pass it allong as soon as possible.

THANKS FOR THE BOOKMARK, LOVE A MYSTERY, IT IS PRETTY NICE, AND I DIDN'T HAVE ANYONE LIKE IT, THANKS AGAIN.........

DECEMBER 18th, I'm in the middle of the book so I expect to finish it in the next couple on weeks, sorry it's taken me too long to read it but it is a loooong book

Journal Entry 15 by GRAN-DUCATO from Santiago, Región Metropolitana Chile on Monday, January 16, 2006
Wow, I believe, despite all the years between this book and our time, things are also exactly the same. So much tragedy, so much pain of innocent people. It's a good book even though I had higher expectations. This book is on its way o Ireland, enjoy it.

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