Edward Rutherfurd Message Board
carole posts on 7/6/2015 10:00:29 AM
Is Mr. Rutherfurd writing another book? I have read all of them, and am looking forward to another one, sooner rather than later.
Beverley Johanson posts on 1/28/2013 12:22:29 AM
Just looking at the cover of Edward Rutherford's new book in some promotional material and it's called Paris The Epic Novel of the City of Lights. Does Mr Rutherford know that Paris is called The City of Light and it has nothing to do with illumination, but everything to do with enlightenment.
klaus hansen posts on 12/23/2012 4:19:51 PM
as I know some of your books, for me the most exiteing has been russka.--As I am living in Roumänia I found a small village called Slava Rusca ( Russkad Slavka).The majoritiy of citizen is from rissia and they are Lipoven ( old belivers)-I love it to be there and here the old slvon rusian words spoken.
irene mcfarlane posts on 11/26/2010 9:41:41 AM
I love his books have read Sarum,Londod, The Forest ad Russka have the Irish ones to read I hope he writes more of great European cities/cultures they have so much history Italy, Greece, Spain etc
Darren posts on 5/11/2010 11:46:28 AM
I think, and pray, that his next novel will be based on some Australian city!!! How interesting that would be!!!!
Tom posts on 11/11/2008 9:34:24 PM
I'm reading Sarum, I love it!!!! And I have The Forest and London waiting in the wings! I think he should do one on Canada!!!!!!
mary oaten posts on 2/5/2008 11:44:29 AM
Does Mr. Rutherfurd ever read the message board? I would like to think he does so, and as so many people ask the same questions, he might even reply to them!
vicki shaw posts on 7/8/2007 3:12:28 PM
I for one would love to see ER use Wales as a subject country. I am now reading Sarum, the only I have not read. It has been sitting on my coffee table for a year because after reading the second in the Irish sagas and knowing there was nothing new out there, I had to force myself to keep my hands off it for a while. Now I am relishing it!!!! Do I love ER better than chocolate? Probably cause chocolate would not last 24 hours in my house! Besides, it is not as rare is it.
mary oaten posts on 7/8/2007 11:26:11 AM
Any one of Edward's wonderful books would lend themselves to serialising on TV, and would, I feel certain, attract large numbers of viewers. Is it likely that anyone might be willing to take on such a mammoth task? Expensive, yes, but well worth the outlay. Competition for the "Forsyte Saga"?
mary oaten posts on 1/8/2007 8:42:20 AM
Is there anyone who might have an inkling of the subject of Edward's next book? He can't have run out of possibilities...the number is endless.
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