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Code 5 is a story about terrorism and the devastation it creates when left unchecked by the United States. It also involves two kids just out of college who inadvertently get swept up into an adventure that tests their innocence against some of the most vicious terrorists in the world.
Tom has just graduated from Oklahoma State University but when his dad (who works on ultra-classified projects at Livermore Labs) is a no-show for his graduation, it initiates a search that will take them into a black-ops mission they aren't even aware of. This story will twist and turn through high-tech computer technology to incredible innovations out of Area 51. Iran has just started a nuclear war against Israel and all its surrounding Arab neighbors which plunges the entire world into an economic collapse and it's up to the new President of the United States to stop the chaos.
This story spans across the United States, to Mexico, then to Australia and deep into the Mideast. The trauma of these events push Tom ever deeper into a dark side that he never knew was there.
©2011 Thomas Shaw (P)2016 Thomas Shaw
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By Jetsonproducts on 08-19-16

Captivating story

I listen to this story almost straight through, and I agree with the author I think this would be a great movie

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