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Never: A Globe-spanning, Contemporary Tour-de-Force from the No.1 International Bestselling Author of the Kingsbridge Series Kindle Edition

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The Sunday Times Thriller of the Month

Expertly researched and visionary in scale, international number one bestseller Ken Follett’s Never is more than a thriller. It imagines a scenario we all hope never comes true, one which will keep you transfixed until the final page . . .

'Stunning . . . one of the most compelling reads of the year' – Daily Express

A stolen US army drone.
A shrinking oasis in the Sahara Desert.
A secret stash of deadly chemicals.

Each is a threat to global stability. Each can be overcome with only the highest levels of diplomacy. But when those in charge disagree and refuse to back down, an international chain reaction kicks off with potentially catastrophic consequences: a world edging closer to war . . .

Now three people must work with the utmost skill to stop that from happening:

A spy working undercover with jihadis.
A brilliant Chinese spymaster.
A US president beleaguered by a populist rival for the next election.

The only question is – in a game of brinksmanship, can the inevitable ever be stopped?

'Bold in scale and meticulously researched' –Sunday Times

'Probably his best yet' - Stephen King

'Urgent and fiercely compelling’ –Washington Post

More than 175 million copies sold worldwide. Published in over eighty territories and thirty-seven languages. The international no.1 bestselling phenomenon returns.
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  1. phishwak's avatar
    1. Think "Oh, that looks interesting"
    2. Click "Get deal"
    3. Amazon page opens up with the message "You purchased this item on 1 Dec. 2022"
    4. Repeat in 2 years time
    Susan_Findlay's avatar
    OMG this is me
  2. farniboy's avatar
    I've been let down too many times by Follett over the years. The last couple of Kingsbridge books were awful.