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ISBN13: 9780345497420
ISBN10: 0345497422
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A bestselling master of historical sagas ("London: The Novel") returns with the epic fictional journey of six New York families from the city's founding to the present day.

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Edward Rutherfurd was born in Salisbury, England, and educated at Cambridge University and Stanford University in California. His first bestselling novel, Sarum, is based on the history of Salisbury and Stonehenge. Russka, his second novel, recounted the sweeping history of Russia. London tells the two-thousand-year story of the great city, bringing all of the richness of London’s past unforgettably to life. The Forest was set in England's ancient “New Forest.” A former resident of London and New York City, Edward Rutherfurd has had a home in Dublin for more than ten years. He has two children.

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Rebecca Roush, January 2, 2013 (view all comments by Rebecca Roush)
I absolutely loved this book. The details are rich and the characters fully developed. I could relate to the characters emotions and I went through stages of laughing,shuddering and at the end crying a bit. It is a long book but worth it the entire time, I've already recommended it to several people and will look for more works by this author.
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efox15, February 8, 2012 (view all comments by efox15)
I don't normally like any type of history. I get bored easily with long accounts of the past, but I couldn't put down Edward Rutherfurd's novel, New York. This is without a doubt the best historical fiction book I've ever read. By the end of the day I started it, I was already 200 pages into the book and not wanting to go to sleep. The plot passes through many years, showing the reader generations of a family living in New York. The characters are extremely likable and you feel their pain and losses as if they were your best friends. I love how it ties in people and things from the beginning of the book as they are passed down through the family. Some stories are heart-breaking, some exciting, and some with happy endings, but you'll love every minute of it!
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Rutherfurd, Edward
Ballantine Books
Rutherford, Edward
Historical - General
Literature-A to Z
Historical fiction
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