Monday 4 October 2021

An Imperfect Future by David Penny

An Imperfect Future


Chill with a Book READERS’ Award

The Nazis have the key to the ultimate weapon. Can a special squad of British operatives destroy their plans before the Third Reich rules the world?

1944, England. Calum Auger can see ten seconds into the future. Desperate not to die in the air over Germany, the Lancaster bombardier uses his unique gift to drop his payload more accurately and help the pilot avoid enemy fire. But when he can’t find a way through the flak and their damaged plane crash-lands in England, he’s stunned to discover two government agents waiting to recruit him.
Drafted into a top-secret team of psychics, Calum and his new unit are tasked with tracking down spies who stole sensitive documents. And with the missing papers containing information on how to build an atom bomb, they’re in a race against time to prevent Hitler from bringing the world to its knees.
Can Calum and his extraordinary teammates retrieve the intel before it falls into the hands of a madman?
An Imperfect Future is the first book in the pulse-pounding Unit-Thirteen World War II paranormal spy thriller series. If you like realistic action, rich historical detail, and page-turning plots, then you’ll love David Penny’s suspenseful story.

Pages: 414
Genre: Espionage Thriller

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