The Code War

The Code War : Once in a Thousand Years the Powers in Inferno Find a Tyrant to Destroy the World. This Time, It's a Woman

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A book that will touch your heart and your soul. Nancy is every one of us. An ordinary person in an ordinary job, dreaming away her days and hurtling towards a future of little consequence. Then something extraordinary happens. She comes to the attention of sinister forces. In Inferno. In Nancy they spot the traits of someone who could take over one of the world's biggest crime syndicates and transform it into an empire to last 1000 years. All the demon team have to do is groom her to their ways and feed her a subtle code that will eventually take over her mind. But Paradise is not silent. Angels learn of the plan and appoint one of their own to win Nancy back and save civilization in the process. The race is on. But Inferno has a head start. The Code War is a thrill ride that will pick you up and keep you riveted till the last page. You'll be thinking about it weeks after you've more

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  • Paperback | 314 pages
  • 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 530.7g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507765290
  • 9781507765296

About Ciaran Nagle

Ciaran Nagle is an Irish writer who has lived in England most of his life. His career-to-date had been extremely diverse: colonial police officer, print shop owner, encyclopedia salesman, recruitment consultant, GE account manager and independent marketing consultant. He's also a keen historian, cook, DIY expert husband and more

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