This will appeal to the techies and the reader who enjoys science and politics. The truth, they will learn, is the most shocking deception of all. His own schooling was at public schools in Exeter until the 9th grade, at which time he enrolled in Phillips Exeter, as did his younger siblings Valerie and Gregory when it became their turn. Sure, the heros get lucky a bunch through fortuitous events-- but what's a thriller without them -- Think James Bond movies. But overall the suspense was maintained well with an explosive ending. No I don't read books twice but I'll be def recommending it.
Fleeing for their lives across a desolate and lethal landscape, their only hope for survival is to discover who is behind this masterful plot. Brilliant world expert on some highly specialized topic becomes unwittingly immersered in a dangerous plot with world-altering ramifications, expert grudingly helps the good guys untangle a mystery while developing chemistry with another intellectual equal of the opposite sex, expert and sexy partner save the day, and end up fulfilling lustful desires as the story ends. He's also done his research, folding in sophisticated scientific and military details that make his plot far more fulfilling than the norm. Even though his books might seem formulaic, there is no doubt that he keeps you interested and on your toes. She and Brown also developed a personal relationship, though this was not known to all of their associates until 1993, when Brown moved back to New Hampshire, and it was learned that Blythe would be accompanying him. Deception point might have been a hundred pages shorter. Also, the narrator in this story was not the best.
If you could sum up Deception Point in three words, what would they be? With nothing to lose, Nate climbs back inside, confronts the robbers, and with his military training, starts taking them out, one by one. After graduating from Phillips Exeter in 1982, Brown attended Amherst College, where he was a member of Psi Upsilon Fraternity. His characters were interesting and the back and forth of the story kept me wanting more throughout the book. I enjoyed this book for the same reason - maybe more because of the technology topic. I listened to Deception Point despite negative reviews and thoroughly enjoyed it. He's also done his research, folding in sophisticated scientific and military details that make his plot far more fulfilling than the norm. A conspiracy of staggering brilliance.
Smack your lips, stick your tounge to the roof, and let it slap around, stick your lips to your teeth, and pull then off over and over. While in Los Angeles he joined the National Academy of Songwriters, and participated in many of its events. I decided to buy the book in print. The truth, they will learn, is the most shocking deception of all. Now, he is going to prove that for him, there's no gray area between killing for a living-and killing to stay alive.
I liked the fact that the main character is a female! Deception point is an American novel that is published originally in English language and is released all around the world. I also felt the reader was only so-so. Just one of those things I will always remember that I would not have remembered in a school setting. Unfortunately Richard Poe is not one of my favorites. Arctic comes from the Greek, arktos, which means bear and Antarctic means no bear. Story was fine, nothing like the Robert Langdon series but has an interesting premise. It is believed that this is an indication towards the existence of alien life on some other planet.
But I am a fan of Dan Brown and decided to give it a try anyway. He is currently the most famous celebrity in New Hampshire, and his novels have been translated into more than 40 languages. Download Deception Point Audiobook from below and start reading it today. Some things were pretty predictable--convenient rescues, etc. In present day Manhattan, four masked horsemen dressed as Templar Knights steal a strange device. In 1996, Brown quit teaching to become a full-time writer.
It is authored by world popular suspense and crime author Dan Brown. Some things were pretty predictable--convenient rescues, etc. However, the book was declared a commercial success eventually in the forerun. It covers most of the sciences, Astronomy, geology, ocean, volcanoes, whirlpools, deep ocean, plate tectonics, ice cores, entomology, origin theories, bioluminescence, panspermia etc. But before she can warn the President, Rachel and Michael are ambushed by a deadly team of assassins. In this chilling tale, Burrough raises important questions of whether serial killers can be recognized before they kill or rehabilitated after they do.
Very suspensful and educational in a way. I have 55 books I've read in the last year. Also, much better ending than Angels and Demons, so if you didn't like that, give this one a try. It was a lot of fun, and I applaud the research that must have been done before writing this book. The novel has a strong cast of characters, deep political intrigue and action packed scenes that would be perfect for film material. There are many twist and surprises throughout the story, and contains a wealth of interesting characters.
Author Details Author Details Brown, Dan Dan Brown born June 22, 1964 is an American author of thriller fiction. The ending had a twist that I wasn't expecting - I thought I had it figured out, but was wrong and surprised. In an attempt to get a feel for Dan Brown's other work I checked this out and enjoyed it. It had suspense and a mild political theme while incorporating science and exploration. As I listened in my car, I heard the reader swallowing or breathing or something. A graduate of Amherst College, Brown lives in New England with his wife.