The Tower (Paperback)
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The Tower (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 21/11/2013
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The much anticipated final instalment in the bestselling conspiracy thriller trilogy by Simon Toyne, author of SANCTUS: 'Plenty of action, plenty of intrigue and wonderfully imaginative. The sort of novel to devour in one sitting' Kate Mosse. For all fans of Dan Brown. AFTER THE RISE, COMES THE FALL. The forbidden Citadel at the heart of the ancient Turkish city of Ruin opens its gates for the first time in history. Why now, after centuries of secrecy? A deadly disease has erupted within, and threatens to spread beyond its walls. Infected charity worker Gabriel Mann may hold the cure - but can one dying man stop an epidemic? Without him, former journalist Liv Adamsen is vulnerable, surrounded by strangers in the desert oasis that is her new home. Liv, however, has far bigger concerns than just her own life...In the USA, newly qualified FBI Agent Joe Shepherd investigates the disappearance of NASA's most senior professor. Is it a vanishing act, an abduction, or something darker? Shepherd's investigation approaches a powerful conspiracy with global reach, and profound consequences. For them all, this much is clear: something big is coming. Something that will change everything. But will it be a new beginning or the End of Days?

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007392087

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A real page turner as we're the previous pair. Great read.

Hardback edition
11th May 2013
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“I am bereft.......”

Having waited for some time to read this, the final instalment in the trilogy featuring The Citadel and the Sancti, I can say with impunity that it is utterly brilliant, both as a very fitting third instalment and as... More

Hardback edition
26th June 2014
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“Gripping Conclusion.”

Like the first two books in the trilogy the conclusion is fast paced and keeps you entertained from the beginning until the end. However, sadly, I will say that like the second book in the trilogy I found myself... More

Paperback edition
9th April 2014
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