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ISBN: 0754015173 / ISBN-13: 9780754015178

Code to Zero

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  • Code to Zero (Chivers Large print (Chivers, Windsor, Paragon & C) – Hardcover (2000)
    by Ken Follett

    Code to Zero
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    Hardcover, Chivers Large print (Chivers, Windsor, Paragon & C
    2000
    English
    Large type edition. Large type / large print.
    424 pages

    ISBN: 0754015173
    ISBN-13: 9780754015178

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Reviews of Code to Zero

Overall customer rating: 4.000
Lois F. T

good book (so far)

by Lois F. T on Aug 13, 2012

I just started reading this book 2 nights ago. It is very good.

cailinrua

Editing anyone?

by cailinrua on Oct 13, 2010

I love Follett. I've been a fan for several years and like to try new books of his when they are released. This one was hard to get into. I listened to it as an audio book and fell asleep more times than I should have. I was also quite surprised that Follett's editor/editors did not catch some very startling anachronisms. This is supposed to be 1957 or '58 and he has one character driving a Ford Fiesta...Hello? This is such a simple thing to get right. I am a fiction writer and if my editor missed something like that I would be totally embarrassed. In the end I thought it was an okay story, but it wasn't his best by a big stretch.

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