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Lucifer The Light Age has dawned, Light divides the universe into two: day and night. Good and evil. Life and death. Now its power, harnessed by a new generation of optical computers, attempts to answer mankind's last great question: What happens to us when we die? But this is perilous knowledge, as Dr Miles Fleming, a brilliant young neurologist discovers. To find the truth he must challenge the certainties of both science and religion, and embark on a journey that jeopordizes his most basic assumptions and beliefs. On reaching the final terrifying revelation he realizes that there are perhaps some things mankind should never know. For shining a light on the truth can sometimes reveal the darkess recesses of hell itself. 'One of the most exciting British novelists to emerge for years.' Mirror
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  • Paperback | 448 pages
  • 106 x 172 x 32mm | 240.41g
  • Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • Corgi Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 0552148822
  • 9780552148825

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" An all-singing, all-dancing, cover-to-cover thrills and spills action adventure with a thought-provoking idea at its core. What more could you ask for?" -- "Mirror "Praise for "The Miracle Strain": " "Jurassic Park" meets... "Raiders of the Lost Ark,"" - "Mail on Sunday"
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About Michael Cordy

Michael Cordy worked for ten years in marketing before giving it all up to write The Miracle Strain, which has since sold in over twenty-five countries. He is also the author of Crime Zero. Michael Cordy lives in London with his wife, Jenny.
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872 ratings
3.69 out of 5 stars
5 24% (213)
4 34% (295)
3 31% (266)
2 9% (79)
1 2% (19)
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