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posts on 9/28/2006 12:15:16 PM
I would like to know more about the west country - Devon, Cornwall, Somerset. Exmoor, Dartmoor, Tintagel, Torquay, Lands End, Exeter, Drake. It all seems perfect subject material for Mr. Rutherford
posts on 4/29/2006 4:49:49 PM
I am two thirds into the Dublin sequel, and though it is yet another tome from Edward, I find it difficult to put down. Once again the author has struck the right chord,mixing fact with fiction in such a way as to make the whole saga utterly believable . I don't know what or where his next subject will be, but I shall certainly buy it as soon as it is published.
Craig Anderson posts on 2/13/2006 1:36:37 AM
Hi everybody, i too cannot wait for "Rebels " I have been reading his books since "Sarum". Anybody know of any Book signing he may be doing in the states? Thanks!!
June Burton posts on 2/5/2006 6:01:45 AM
Now that Edward Rutherfurd has finished tackling Ireland, does anyone know which will be the principal location in his next novel?
alfred demarco posts on 1/31/2006 2:25:05 PM
I am an avid reader of all Mr Rutherfurd's wonderful novels. May I humbly suggest a unique subject for his next novel. Malta!! my own little island country with a history dating back to prehistoric times (evidenced by the temples) followed by periods of dominance by the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs, Spanish, Knights of St John, French and finally the British up to Independence in 1964.
What do you think?
Thanks for giving me the space!
Debora posts on 1/28/2006 2:39:19 PM
The Rebels of Ireland, part 2 of the Dublin saga, is being released Feb. 28. I can't wait!
mary oaten posts on 1/28/2006 10:42:36 AM
I am pleased to read that the Dublin sequel is to be published in February.
mary oaten posts on 11/18/2005 3:12:03 PM
I read recently that the sequel to this wonderful book will be published in February. Something to look forward to!
DB posts on 8/31/2005 6:02:39 PM
Yeah, the book is extremely hard to read, boring as anything, confusing, and why anyone would voluntarily read this (AKA not forced to read it for school) is beyond my comprehension.
Louise posts on 6/9/2005 9:21:18 PM
If you like the writting style of Edward Rutherford then the story telling of Frank Delaney's book Ireland will help you fill the gap till ER releases his saga to Dublin.
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