The Decrypter: Secret of the Lost Manuscript

  • Title: The Decrypter: Secret of the Lost Manuscript
  • Author: Rose Sandy
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 159
  • Format: ebook
  • [PDF] The Decrypter: Secret of the Lost Manuscript | by í Rose Sandy - The Decrypter: Secret of the Lost Manuscript, The Decrypter Secret of the Lost Manuscript Though her speciality is Roman collections at the British Museum in London history expert turned government agent Calla Cress finds herself thrown into a bizarre international case A code is written
    [PDF] The Decrypter: Secret of the Lost Manuscript | by í Rose Sandy - The Decrypter: Secret of the Lost Manuscript, The Decrypter Secret of the Lost Manuscript Though her speciality is Roman collections at the British Museum in London history expert turned government agent Calla Cress finds herself thrown into a bizarre international case A code is written

    • [PDF] The Decrypter: Secret of the Lost Manuscript | by í Rose Sandy
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    The Decrypter: Secret of the Lost Manuscript

    About Rose Sandy


    1. AUTHOR OF INTERNATIONAL THRILLER AND SUSPENSESES ALL THINGS CREATIVE, TECHNOLOGY AND HISTORY.Rose never set out to be a writer She set out to be a communicator with whatever landed in her hands, but soon the keyboard became her best friend Rose writes suspense and intelligence thrillers where technology and espionage meet history in pulse racing action adventure She dips into the mysteries of our world, the fascination of technology breakthroughs, the secrets of history and global intelligence to deliver thrillers that weave suspense, conspiracy and a dash of romantic thrill.A globe trotter and a diplomat s daughter, her thrillers span cities and continents and she likes to take her characters where she has lived or travelled Rose s writing approach is to hit hard with a good dose of tension and humor Her characters zip in and out of intelligence and government agencies, dodge enemies in world heritage sites, navigate technology markets and always land in deep trouble.Rose speaks four languages and earned international business and economics degrees at The American University of Paris, and also holds a minor degree in political science and government She has worked internationally for several years in multinational corporations including two of the world s largest technology companies She has also worked extensively in media, book publishing, FMCG companies and the entertainment industry.When not tapping away on a smartphone writing app, Rose is usually found in the British Library scrutinizing the Magna Carta, trolling Churchill s War Rooms or sampling a new gadget Most times she s in deep conversations with ex military and secret service intelligence officers, Foreign Service staff or engrossed in a TED talk with a box of popcorn Hm she might just learn something that ll be useful.To be informed whenever the author releases a new title or simply have a chat, connect with Rose s VIP reader s here bit 1JdABfI.


    781 Comments


    1. I absolutely loved this If you re a fan of thrillers with a historical factual side then this is right up your alley I have the Kindle app on my phone over the last few days people have been offering me aspirin, etc as I have been sitting with my head on the desk secretly reading at work Once I started, I found it difficult to put down it never got boring Loved the central characters and I ll even overlook the secrest Calla has something I m not usually a fan of because the story was so well wri [...]

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    2. Rather like the title it s a mouthful I rarely fail to finish a book but for this one I made an exception I ve given it a fair rating I believe given the circumstances It would be cruel to mark it lower because at times particularly the first ten chapters or so I thought it was going to be very good The plot was interesting and the characters initially seemed well drawn and believable Then the promise of a good thriller morphed into fantasy That wasn t what stopped be getting further than 50% of [...]

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    3. As per my review review R2FI1TGLThis book takes you on a ride and refuses to let you off until you reach the very end There are so many twists and turns that kept surprising me over and over again You can t predict what is going to happen next it is written that well The description is so rich, so immensely detailed that it just draws you in completely to its world There is great tension and chemistry between the two main characters, Calla and Nash, that has you begging for I can t imagine jus [...]

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    4. This is my first novel by Ms Sandy, but definitely not my last If you like Dan Brown s DaVinci Code, Indiana Jones stories with a bit of 007 technology I think this is for you It s the first in a trilogy and I m already reading the second book.Ms Sandy seems to be an expert in ancient history and we ll versed on geographical wonders of the world.Thank you Rose and keep the adventures coming.Larry O

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    5. Very adventurous, suspenseful plot Well grounded.

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    6. GOOD BOOKWhat a well written book,,, not my usual read but I m glad I ve read it and will definitely be reading from this author

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    7. Action, travel, and intrigue I m looking forward to the future adventures of Calla Cress.

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    8. A well crafted and full packed drama, the supernatural power aspect was a little far fetched for my taste but the plot twists and subplots added well to the overall pace and power of the book.

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    9. It was a pretty good read but didn t really like the ending and it really didn t hold my attention with skipping to different characters Sort of an abrupt turnaround on the reporter with very little explanation of her motivation Probably won t be reading the rest of the series.

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    10. The DecrypterThis book was a good read but a little slow in places, I tended to loose interest in the story every now and then.

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    11. Many twistsMany twists in time and travel It was a fast read with interest and some stuff that was hard to follow.

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