"Edge of Eternity" concludes the series and includes the lives of the families as they experience and live through the Cold War, Cuban Missile Crisis, civil rights movements, Watergate, Vietnam War and everything in between. I personally found the story line connected to the erection of the Berlin Wall and how it divided Germany into two politically opposite countries to be fascinating!
If you enjoy Historical Fiction then you should definitely read all three books. I would recommend reading them in order as the families are developed from the first novel to the descendants in the last novel. They are not short books and are quite lengthy but well worth the read!
Other books by Ken Follett that I have enjoyed include: "Jackdaws", "Pillars of the Earth" and "World Without End".
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Bryce Courtney, Wilbur Smith, Jack Whyte, Bernard Cornwell and Herman Wouk are other authors whom I have enjoyed reading in the Historical Fiction genre.
Thought of the day: If a word is misspelt in the dictionary how would you know?
Quote of the day: Trusting someone was like holding a little water in your cupped hands-it was so easy to spill the water, and you could never get it back. Ken Follett