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World Without End

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Ken Follett

Narrated By: John Lee

Publisher: Penguin Audio

Date: October 2007

Duration: 45 hours 30 minutes


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Ken Follett has 90 million readers worldwide. The Pillars of the Earth is his bestselling book of all time. Now, eighteen years after the publication of The Pillars of the Earth, Ken Follett has written the most anticipated sequel of the year-World Without End.


  • Gregory M

    Loved it.

  • Bonnie L

    I wish this book would never end. Excellent character development and storyline.

  • Perry C

    Less trilling than Pillars of the Earth. I continue, however, to be facilitated by the story line of 14th century England. How valid the the phase “the more things change the more they stay the same “, women of today’s world are still burdened by all of those old prejudices of yesteryear. We still find ourselves with morally bankrupt leaders and those who use religion to justify their poor behavior. Well done Ken Follett. Narrator was again excellent!!!

  • Melody F

    Loved it! Listened to Pillars of the Earth first. Can't wait to start the next in the series!!!

  • Jodie L

    I usually go through an audiobook fairly quickly if I love it and until now I’ve been pretty lucky. The books I’ve chosen I’ve been very happy with..until now. This book is truly the first one I’m having to force myself to keep listening to. It’s one of those books that hooks you then drags on and on and right when your ready to give up something else interesting happens so you stick with it thinking it’ll get better only to find it drags on and on again. I’m about 3/4 way through and seriously this might be one of those books that eventually I make my way through then wonder why I bothered. Chances are my next credit which I’m anticipating eagerly having dragged along all month with this book , I’ll hopefully find something much better, and this book will wait on the back burner until I’m either completely without another audiobook to listen to or I somehow find along the way the book gets much better and stays that way. It just drags and drags between major events. I can’t emphasize that enough. All in all I’m sorry I wasted a credit on this mainly-boring monstrosity. Argh.