Dan Brown - Deception Point, Have You Read This Amazing Novel?

United States
February 9, 2008 11:40pm CST
"Deception Point" by Dan Brown A NASA satellite discovers an unimaginable artifact, buried in the Artic. This faltering space agency claims it, as a (much needed) victory, for it has weighty implications for NASA policy and the current presidential election. For verification of authenticity, the White House calls upon intelligence analyst Rachel Sexton and a group of civilian scientist. When they travel to the Arctic.. they stumble upon the unthinkable.. an audacious deception that threatens to bombard the world with controversy. "Deception Point" is a crafty and clever story that is brainy as well as taut. The plot in vastly volatile in its action, as well as proficient when describing a vast amount of technologies. It displays great many scientific aspects in a relaxed and comfortable manner, providing an easy read. In many points when Brown writes of certain techno aspects or intelligence agencies.. he writes with insight, speaking of it in romantic ways. The pacing is fast and firm. Plus, a few twists made a fool of me.. and I terribly enjoyed being deceived. If you want to read something that mixes political as well as science fiction well, you must surely read "Deception Point". -ZeN Have You Read This Great Novel?
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@anaknitatay (1335)
• Philippines
10 Feb 08
I haven't read this book yet because someone told me that it was a crummy book and reading your discussion I'm thinking twice. Maybe I'll check it out thanks! :)
• United States
10 Feb 08
Just know well in advance that its a lenghty book at over 700 pages. That may have been why that person did not like it. Yet, when you consider the sum of its parts, you will find that it was well worth the reading.