Quote by: Ken Follett

the war taught me that nothing counts as much as loyalty" "Bullshit. you still haven't learned that when humans are under pressure, we're all willing to lie" "even to the people we care?" "we lie more to our loved ones, because we care about them so damn much. why do you think we tell the truth to priests and shrinks and total strangers we meet on trains? it's because we don't love them, so we don't care what they think.


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Author Bio


  • NameKen Follett
  • DescriptionBritish novelist
  • BornJune 5, 1949
  • CountryWales
  • ProfessionWriter; Novelist
  • WorksWinter Of The World; Fall Of Giants; Night Over Water; Lie Down With Lions; On Wings Of Eagles; The Man From St. Petersburg; The Key To Rebecca; A Place Called Freedom; The Pillars Of The Earth; Code To Zero; The Hammer Of Eden; World Without End; Hornet Flight
  • AwardsEdgar Award