There are currently two hundred thousand North Korean citizens held in prison camps, where they are beaten, starved and executed, while the government squanders the nation’s resources on weapons and luxuries for the ruling elite.
Kim Jong-un seeks to prove himself a capable leader, one who not only has respect at home, but also on the world stage. In his mania, he defies international codes by continuing to develop nuclear weapons and their deliver systems. But he is fighting an internal battle with his military advisors who seek to placate Kim and limit his ability to provoke a war that will leave North Korea a dust bowl where only cockroaches survive.
The United States is weighing its options: whether a limited strike to take out his missile bases, kill the boy general, or an all-out attack to wipe out the country’s capability to ever be a threat again.
Paul Decker, along with Chechen Borya Timoshenko – and eleven young men and women who escaped from the camps – go into North Korea Code 6: without the backing of the US, or any other government.
Their plan, to free as many prisoners as possible, requires precision timing. With all eyes on the border, Paul and his team slip into the country and liberate the first camp.
From there, they must count on both the guards and prisoners at the subsequent camps joining them in the fight; something that is far from certain.
Buoyed by success, they risk all by going on to Pyongyang and attempt to kidnap the glorious leader himself: Kim Jung-un.
Yet as they go deeper into North Korea, a love between Mi-Hi and Paul affects their thinking and focus and places all of the insurgent team in danger.
Many others on Paul’s team are blinded by revenge and things begin to go very wrong.
Code 6 is a story of despair, hope love and sacrifice.