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Deception Point | Paperback

Author: Dan Brown | Format: Paperback

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  What a read!

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This is definately close to one of the best books I have ever read. The storyline in fantastic and the suspense build up (which leads to the biggest twist in the book) is billiant.
Worth all of the time I spent reading it.

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  Perfection

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I enjoied this book very much!
It is never clear who the bad guys and good guys are, and the plot is perfect. While reading I thought a lot about the story, ad I was wrong a lot of times. It is unpredictible!
I think this one of the best book I have ever read, and I have also read Angels and Demons!

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  The Truth Under The Ice.

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Although I had read The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons by Dan Brown, I was not expecting to enjoy this book anywhere near as much as I enjoyed those two. However, although the genre was not one I would be particularly drawn when buying books, I am so glad that I decided to give this book a go as it completely proved me wrong - the science fiction side of this book was so thorough yet understandable I couldn't put it down! This, coupled with the superb way in which Dan Brown writes all his novels, makes this one hell of a book that I enjoyed so so very much and would therefore reccomend to buy.

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  Always wanted to read more !

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I absolutly loved this book and think that its better than the rest except angels and demons which has a slight edge over this! It was really enjoyable and i couldnt put the book down for wanting to find out more! Again dan brown has created amazing characters!!! Worth reading!!!

  Entertaining read, but done better elsewhere.

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I enjoyed reading this book a few years back but then a friend lent me Ice Station by Matthew Reilly which is very similar but executed in a much more intense and enjoyable manner. It's still a good read and worth a read in its own right, but I'd strongly recommend Ice Station over it.

  This is Ice Cold!!

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By far the best book of the four, (soon to be five), how this hasn't been made into a blockbuster movie i have no idea, maybe that dude from happy days is up for making this into a movie also, but don't hold your breathe for that one.

  Loved It

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It is definitely my favourite out of his books, I really enjoyed this one. I'm really grateful that all the science stuff was put into layman's terms... I think the plot is great and I love Brown's writing style.

  Predictable but still Worth a Read for Dan Brown Fans

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Deception Point may be considered as predictable, drawn out and having a slight over-complication when dealing with characters to those who have read Dan Brown's other books but to those new to Brown it would still be an entertaining read. With Brown's unique storytelling style, it would still be difficult to put the book down without reading cover to cover and would also serve as an excellent introduction to is other books. Three stars but still a recommended read.

  His weakest book

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I disliked this book less than the other reviews on here, but I would say this is definately the weakest of his 4 novels. However it for me was still a good read, and if you enjoyed his others I think you will still enjoy this.

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  EEERRRR....

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i agree with Azza the other person who commented this it just repeats itself and it has too much going on you keep forgeting where you are with the characters. kinda puts me off reading digital fortress sorry to critisize this book!