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Code To Zero

by Ken Follett

Code To Zero by Ken Follett
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  • First Published:
    Dec 2000, 368 pages
    Paperback:
    Oct 2001, 480 pages

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D. McDonald (03/21/08)

Anachronisms spoiled it for me
Good suspense, well developed characters and an excellent grip on the manners and mores of the time (WW2 to late 1950s). Unfortunately he refers to a particular car that wasn't marketed until 20 years later and there were a couple of instances of conversational idiom that belong to a much later time period. (I was there, that was my time)
Jule Rabino (06/06/05)

Pow pow pow
Pounding, pulsating. The story is tight, and the readers are left breathless from its grip.
Matrin Kolb, 17 (12/29/04)

Excellent Book!!
I can't stop reading it. I'm reading it for the third time now.
ted alzate (11/14/04)

Wow! Follett is the best next to none! Great plot, superb thrill to the finish.
Kiley Bedwell (05/25/04)

Awesome book!
Could never put it down...
Cole Woods (10/25/03)

BEST BOOK EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jessica Smith (10/25/03)

This book was awesome! I love spy novels, especially Ken Follet! He keeps you interested throughout the whole book. Anyone who enjoys a spy thriller should definitly read this book!
ehrhardt (07/20/03)

Sure go ahead, read it.
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