Flee the Darkness

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Word Pub., 1998 - Fiction - 363 pages
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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)

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This book was written in 1998 regarding the forthcoming Y2K crisis in 1999, so let's just say it was rather out-dated. However, shutting out that reality, it was quite an engrossing thriller. I ask ... Read full review

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Grant Jeffrey is internationally recognized as a leading researcher and Bible prophecy teacher. He has earned degrees from the University of Toronto and Louisiana Baptist University. His seven best-selling books have been read by millions interested in biblical discoveries and prophecy, Jeffery and his wife, Kaye, live in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Christy Award winner Angela Hunt writes stories for everyone who enjoys the unexpected. She is the best-selling author of Uncharted , The Debt , The Note , The Pearl , and many more.

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