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Old 11-03-2010, 05:15 PM   #1
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Deception Point - Dan Brown

Finished it today. Well worth a read
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Re: Deception Point - Dan Brown

His best book, I think. He seems to weave better stories out when he's not talking about Langdon.
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Re: Deception Point - Dan Brown

Digital Fortress is also worth a read, I found it better then deception point.
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Re: Deception Point - Dan Brown

I LOVE this book. I have read it 4 or 5 times. Much better than his other dross. lol..

Fingers crossed for a movie version soon. (Which thankfully has no place for Tom Hanks in it)
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Re: Deception Point - Dan Brown

Digital Fortress and Angels & Demons (read the book before the film was made, lol) are his best imho. The Da Vinci code was good for the first read, but has no re-play value. As for Deception Point, maybe i've been spoilt by Tom Clancy, but it just seemed too over-the-top and unrealistic :/
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Re: Deception Point - Dan Brown

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spoilt by Tom Clancy, but it just seemed too over-the-top and unrealistic :/
LMAO. Tom Clancy.. Not OTT and unrealistic?? Oh dear. Its obvious your one of "TGKs Lot" now.

Deception Point is as on the mark as any Tom Clancy book. Neither autor REALLY knows what the CIA etc have at their disposal these days.
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