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eBook Lucifer ePub

by Michael Cordy

  • ISBN: 0593046714
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Michael Cordy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bantam Press; Reprint edition (2001)
  • Pages: 320
  • ePub book: 1990 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1326 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 655

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Michael Cordy worked for ten years in marketing before giving it all up to write The Messiah Code (previously called The Miracle Strain), which has since sold in over twenty-five countries.

Ships from and sold by the book community. Ships from and sold by betybodine. Michael Cordy worked for ten years in marketing before giving it all up to write The Messiah Code (previously called The Miracle Strain), which has since sold in over twenty-five countries. He is also the author of Crime Zero, The Lucifer Code (previously called Lucifer) and True. Michael Cordy lives in London with his wife, Jenny, and their daughter.

The Lucifer Code book. What happens to us when we die?Oblivion. An English Michael Crichton eh? Lucifer was my first Cordy novel and I enjoyed it. There's clever use of emerging technology and how it will effect religion and medical breakthroughs in the future. There are some great action scenes, which keep you turning the pages.

An English Michael Crichton eh? Lucifer was my first Cordy novel and I enjoyed it. There's clever use of. .Michael Cordy worked for ten years in marketing before giving it all up to write He lives in London with his wife, Jenny, and their daughter. Библиографические данные.

What happens to us when we die? Oblivion. Or so believes Dr Miles Fleming, a brilliant, young neuroscientist who has developed a device capable of reading human brainwaves. But when his own brother contacts him after being certified dead for six whole minutes, Fleming wonders if he's got it all wrong.

Accosta wiped the glass window beside him and looked down, straining to see the Foundation low or in the towering mountains.

Accosta wiped the glass window beside him and looked down, straining to see the Foundation low or in the towering mountains on either side of him. Then he glanced up, above the helicopter's churning rotor blades, and saw a glint of weak sunlight on the highest peak. Peering through the grimy window he could just make out a structure on the flat summit. Supported on eight angled struts, the black glass dome resembled an enormous spider squatting on the mountaintop.

Michael Cordy is a British novelist. Cordy spent much of his childhood in both West Africa and East Africa, India and Cyprus. He was educated in the United Kingdom at The King's School, Canterbury, and the universities of Leicester and Durham. After ten years in marketing and advertising, with his wife's encouragement, he became a novelist. His first novel, The Miracle Strain, took two years to complete and was published in 1997.

Lucifer The Light Age has dawned. Light divides the universe into two: day and night. I read this book after thoroughly enjoying Michael Cordy's previous novel, "The Miracle Strain" (now called The Miracle Code).

Or something by Michael Cordy, maybe The Lucifer Code. the colour of death by Michael Cordy is probably my all time fav book n if you like weird crime/murder books you should deffo read it.

Novel by Michael Cordy

Comments

Orll Orll
I read this book after thoroughly enjoying Michael Cordy's previous novel, "The Miracle Strain". I enjoyed this one even more! He is quite adept at incorporating the latest in science and technology into an intriguing and thrilling mystery. This one takes the reader into the near future, where breakthroughs in quantum physics and computer technology are applied to solve the ultimate question of mankind -- what happens after we die? What is discovered, and how, results in a multifaceted plot that will keep you enthralled to the very end.
Iesha Iesha
One of the truly best books I've ever read and perhaps the best of Michael Cordy's works this book is a must have for any fiction fan. I couldn't put this book down.