Sanctus by Simon ToyneSanctus by Simon Toyne


bySimon Toyne

Paperback | September 6, 2011 | Large Print

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“If a thriller has to be one thing it’s thrilling, and Simon Toyne’s Sanctus is thrilling with bells on….A roller coaster ride through a dark world of conspiracy and betrayal.”
—Paul Christopher, author of The Templar Conspiracy

If you are a fan of top-notch conspiracy fiction that keeps you up late nights turning pages—if the bestselling novels of Steve Berry, James Rollins, Dan Brown, Raymond Khoury, and Chris Kuzneski make your heart race faster—then remember the name Simon Toyne! Already a smash instant bestseller in the United Kingdom (“Intriguing and engaging…[with a] relentless pace” The Sun) Toyne’s Sanctus is, quite simply, one of the most extraordinary conspiracy thriller debuts in many years. In this electrifying, nonstop adventure, a young newspaper reporter, driven by the memory of her lost brother, uncovers a dark secret nurtured for 3,000 years by blood and lies by adherents of an ancient, unknown religion in a Vatican-like citadel hidden away for millennia from unwelcomed prying eyes.

Simon Toyne has worked in British television for twenty years. He was the writer, director, and producer on several award-winning shows, one of which won a BAFTA. He lives in England with his wife and family.The Toweris the stunning conclusion to the Ruin trilogy.
Title:SanctusFormat:Paperback | Large PrintDimensions:688 pages, 9 × 6 × 1.38 inPublished:September 6, 2011Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062088572

ISBN - 13:9780062088574

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Meh..... Bought this book on recommendation that it would be a page turner and it was one of the greatest trilogies of all time....but i just couldn't get into it. Not going to continue reading the rest of the books.
Date published: 2017-02-27

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“Hard to think of it as a debut, better to think of it as the beginning of a massive new adventure, and a so-long to Dan Brown. . . .”