Flee the Darkness
Computer genius Daniel Prentice has no idea that the entrepreneurial opportunity of his lifetime will led to a dangerous entanglement with a one-world government. After solving a national bank chain's Y2K crisis by authoring a secret "millennium code", Prentice is enlisted by both the U.S. government and the "European Union" to convert systems to one standard. In this stunning fiction thriller, prophecy expert and apologist Grant Jeffrey spins a chilling tale of one man's quest for truth, redemption and survival.
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Review: Flee the Darkness (Millennium Bug Series #1)User Review - Goodreads
A millenium fiction novel about the year 2000, computer chips implanted in people's hands, and evil trying to take over the world. It was ok.
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