It wasn’t very far into Ken Follet’s, The Pillars of the Earth before I understood what might be enthralling the people who’ve been telling me I should read it. “Because it will be beautiful,” Tom the Builder answered Prior Philip.
Posts Tagged With ‘Mark Helprin’
Delusions of Grandeur
Here’s something for "Perfection ", Peter. It’s a superbly spiritual passage from Mark Helprin, a writer whose fiction I love, though whose politics I loathe. Life hands out challenges like that, doesn’t it? Beauty is found in the most unusual places. Had I known his politics before having read most […]