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When a Catholic priest hangs himself during the pope's inauguration, his friend and ex-priest Alex Harker is dragged into a secret war that has been playing out on the fringes of society since the birth of Christ. The suicide sets into motion a planned timetable of terrifying events that will irrevocably change the world as we know it.

The countdown has begun.

With the clock ticking and pursued by a murderous assassin, Harker must track down and decipher the pieces of the puzzle laid down for him by his dead friend to reveal a truth so shocking, so startling, that it could literally enslave the minds of every human being on the planet and transform mankind's destiny forever.

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Didn't want it to end!

So many twists and turns! Just when I thought I had figured it out what was going to happen another twist appeared. All the way through the book until the end - literally. Well worth a credit, and will be looking for more by this author. Good narration too.

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Hokum of an entertaining kind

Let’s start by acknowledging that conspiracy theory books are generally a load of old cobblers. Don’t question the history/ archaeology or knowledge of UK academia (we don’t have Deans and most academic men could barely operate an iPhone never mind fly a plane) but judge them on their own internal logic like fantasy novels. This one rattled along quite nicely with a couple of decent jokes along the way. Peter Noble as narrator must have owed someone a favour though. He’s a great narrator and usually one of the best. Here his main character is Irish and thus has an accent-but only during three conversations and a woman from Belfast’s accent sounds like it’s taken a walking holiday in the Ring of Kerry before heading north again. Anyway, if you’re up for a palate cleanser after something more serious, this isn’t the worst you could choose.

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