Fivefold

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Random House Australia, Jun 1, 2012 - Fiction - 496 pages
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A mystical thriller that draws on the rich tradition of the Kabbalah.

What if we got it wrong? What if the first five chapters of the Bible weren't about good and evil at all? What if they contained a hidden meaning, evidence of a divine grand plan?

Throughout history, a select few have been entrusted with the knowledge that the future of human civilisation boils down to a single test. A test that's conducted every second century and just happens to coincide with major turning points in human history.

What if the choices you made determined the outcome?

Five ordinary people from London who stumble across a hidden set of ruins are about to find out.
 

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User Review  - markdeniz - LibraryThing

Excellent debut novel and a bloody good read! I was very impressed by the characterisation and interaction of the main characters within and I would recommend this to anyone liking their spec fiction to have a bit more clout. Read full review

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Contents

I
11
II
18
III
24
IV
29
V
44
VI
52
VII
58
VIII
60
XXIX
249
XXX
252
XXXI
260
XXXII
269
XXXIII
275
XXXIV
281
XXXV
286
XXXVI
304

IX
62
X
70
XI
77
XII
84
XIII
106
XIV
113
XV
119
XVI
132
XVII
142
XVIII
150
XIX
166
XX
183
XXI
189
XXII
198
XXIII
203
XXIV
218
XXV
224
XXVI
237
XXVII
242
XXVIII
248
XXXVII
311
XXXVIII
328
XXXIX
340
XL
349
XLI
358
XLII
377
XLIII
387
XLIV
395
XLV
402
XLVI
408
XLVII
415
XLVIII
421
XLIX
425
L
430
LI
435
LII
439
LIII
463
LIV
473
LV
475
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About the author (2012)

Born in 1971, Nathan has been writing consistently since 1998, mostly short stories for various science/speculative fiction journals.

He lives in Sydney, is married and divides his time between project management consulting and his first love, writing.

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