Jeffrey Archer


he is good   (Monday, 14 Apr 2003 04:39)

No! This man is NOT to be encouraged!

>>By nonyeb   (Wednesday, 10 Jan 2007 19:42)

Could you please elaborate what in your opinion is wrong with his novels? I think Kane and Able, Not a penny less not a penny more are classics in their own right.

>>By anks   (Friday, 5 Sep 2008 11:48)

Most of what he says in court seems to be a great work of fiction too ;)

>>By planet ear   (Saturday, 6 Sep 2008 10:51)

Alan, never forget that there are mentally disturbed people here on Flork.

>>By nonyeb   (Sunday, 7 Sep 2008 04:19)

I'm half way reading the Son of Fortune.

>>By Fivi   (Tuesday, 16 Sep 2008 05:01)

You have piqued my interest in this fellow. I am very much in the dark having completed my torturous graduate journey, so flork is putting me back in the swing of literature.

Sounds like he's an atypical flamboyant artist. It is unfortunate that politics can taint his contribution to the world of print, but hopefully when he passes on his legacy will ring louder in the form of his creative works rather than his trials for power and money.

I look forward to looking into KANE AND ABLE and PENNY LESS NOT A PENNY MORE.

Any more suggestions?

>>By vidot   (Friday, 19 Sep 2008 22:08)

The Prodigal Daughter and Shall We tell the President are awesome!!!

>>By Gman992   (Friday, 26 Dec 2008 04:50)

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