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Deception Point

by Dan Brown

Deception Point by Dan Brown
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  • First Published:
    Nov 2001, 384 pages
    Paperback:
    Dec 2002, 576 pages

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janvi

deception point
It's a very fast paced sci-fi thriller which keeps us spellbound.
DannyD

Deception of Browns Plot Point
If you are interested in a book that will keep you up late at night struggling to keep you eyelids elevated, Deception Point is your oasis. This book will take up all of your free time. The way Dan Brown writes is astonishing. The way that Brown distinguishes his characters is lifelike. In this Rachel Sexton, a white house intelligence analyst, is asked for assistance in an important operation in the Arctic to help NASA. The operation is extremely secret and no one in the world is allowed to know. If word got out about this incredible NASA feat all minds would change about the incriminating thoughts about NASA’s floundering status.

Along with Rachel man named Michael Tolland, who is an oceanographer, work to figure out how to address the public of this outlandish incident. While in the process of verifying the data the two of them including Corky Marlinson, a chubby astrophysicist, are attacked by a group of assassin controlled by a power broker who will stop at nothing to hide the truth. The arctic becomes a sanctuary for fact-less fiction or fiction-less fact that Brown hides professionally. Senator Sexton, a man considered to posses a large hatred for NASA, is in a presidential race and feels that NASA’s unaccomplished presence will be a good source to demolish his opponents thoughts. The president running for his second term has a trick up his sleeve. He knows that this accomplishment for NASA will boost him in the race to keep his position as president. But what he does not know is that NASA’s find in the arctic could have some fiction related to it. This is where Dan Browns mind comes into play.

Brown is effectively able to produce confusion throughout the story to keep your mind wandering. Without a definite answer you are left with a blank. That blank stays put with most of the story that creates desire for an answer. The only way to fill the blank is to read this thrilling novel.
amazinglyhandsome

deception point
what a book,couldnt put it down but i had to as i was reading it at work,not alot got done.the way the author made everything sound and look got my imagination running with different scenarios and alot of what ifs.bit of a twist at the end and impressed with how theres a grizzely murder at the begining of all his books.a great read reccomend to everyone.
G-Unit

Deception Point
I'm 11 years old and i've read this bok 3 times. it is the best book eva!!!!!!!!! I would recommend to anyone, doens't matter which age!
Chris

Fascinating and hugley intriguing book
Hey I'm 14years old and the only person in my age range I know who has read this book. Dan Brown is an amazing and inspiring author and I love all his books.

I recommend this book to ANYONE who enjoys learning about fascinating topics becaus eit may seem daunting at the beginning but once into this book i guarantee you will love it.

Enjoy, this is great literature! xxx
Rizzo

Read in one sitting! Aweswome book!
Anonymous

Hi all
This book is one hell of a read and i had a tough time putting it down.The plot is exceptionally well
and the characterization is extrordinary.Brown has handled the plot well with an amalgam of science and intrigue.So this book is highly recommended
Kieran

thos was an awesome book, with all the top secret technologies, the twists and puzzles fitting together, and on the edge of your seat action! one of the best books i've read, and certanly Brown's best book!
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