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Readers waited two years for the keystone book of Ken Follett's Century Trilogy and reviews show that Winter of the World did not disappoint. Like its predecessor, this 960-page fiction possesses a panoramic scope, sweeping us into the lives of members of five interrelated families: American, Russian, German, English, and Welsh. The events of the novel encompass several of the most critical, dramatic epochs of the twentieth century; from the brutal rise of the Third Reich; through the changing bloody tides of World War II; to the blinding dawn of the nuclear age and onset of the Cold War. With personal stories that possess the deep resonance of history, this novel has the power to touch almost every reader. Now in mass-market paperback and NOOK Book.