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The Code of Destiny: A Novel

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A book by Sara Enochs

Ava Ballantyne has a unique and special gift. A gift so powerful that she's not even allowed to share it with her closest friends. She knows that if this information fell into the wrong hands, the consequences could be dire. At every turn there … see full wiki

Tags: Books, Mystery Books, Thriller Books, Telepathy, Secret Societies
Author: Sara Enochs
Genre: Mystery
Publisher: iUniverse.com
1 review about The Code of Destiny: A Novel

Bridget's Review

  • Oct 3, 2009
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Ava has a rare and extraordinary talent, one that she must keep hidden for her safety and the safety of others. Her ability is not the only secret she keeps. She also happens to be a very important member of an exclusive secret society.

When a CIA agent who has a keen telepathic ability sets her sights on Ava, who knows what might happen. What will happen when these two come face to face?

Very intriguing. I suggest waiting until you can read this book all the way through because you won't be able to put it down.

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