The Sign

The Sign

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A remote shelf in the Arctic circle. A small TV crew is braving the harsh conditions to film the breaking off of a major ice shelf - yet another nail in the planet's eco-coffin. Then someone calls out, pointing at something up in the sky overhead. The camera pans up and they look up to see a blazing symbol clear, burning high over the bleak, deserted terrain. Thus begins a series of strange events worldwide as the mysterious sign appears over the sites of conflict, natural disasters and terrorist atrocities. What can it portend? The world is wracked with both fear and hope. Suddenly, all this is focussed onto one man. An obscure monk who recognises the symbol from the past and understands what it means for the future of humanity. But as he becomes the most sought-after man on the planet, the questions have to be asked: could this be the real deal? Or the most elaborate fake in world history? And - either way - what happens to the world now?show more

Product details

  • CD-Audio
  • 138 x 140 x 16mm | 181.44g
  • Orion Publishing Co
  • Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Abridged
  • Abridged edition
  • 0752897616
  • 9780752897615
  • 1,474,197

About Raymond Khoury

Raymond Khoury is an acclaimed screenwriter and producer for both television and film. Educated in France and the United States, Khoury now lives in London with his wife and two children. Trevor's recent film and television credits include: GENOVA, MOONSHOT, DIE ANOTHER DAY, HOUSE OF SADDAM, BONEKICKERS, THE PATH TO 9/11, JUDGE JOHN DEED, and THE LINE OF BEAUTY. His voice work in audiobooks and for BBC Radio include: A MILLION LITTLE PIECES, REVOLUTIONARY ROAD, AZINCOURT, BRIGHT SHINY MORNING, THE GREAT GATSBY and CATCH-22, for which he was nominated for an Audible Audiobook Award. He recently played Tullus Aufidius in CORIOLANUS for the Royal Shakespeare Company.show more