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Deception Point by Dan Brown
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Mar 17, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: books-i-have
Read from March 17 to April 21, 2012

At first, I was really bored with this book. It was pending in my bookshelf, discontinued, for months. But since I have this habit of finishing books no matter what (with the exception of 'The Twilight Saga:New Moon') I decided to give the book a chance. Well, good decision. The ending was worth it. I had fallen inlove with Michael Tolland (who reminds me of Finnick Odair, also a man who truly belongs to to the sea), I developed a girl crush on Rachel Sexton, I somehow saw the racism that they killed the Asian civillian scientist and portrayed him as greedy, I think Corky Marlinson was cute and funny, Senator Sexton is still a bastard (surprise, surprise), President Herney is such a goodass 'cause he's all like "Haters gonna hate" with his no-negative campaign against his enemy and I really didn't see 'that' (the identity of the controller dude) one coming. Dan Brown, has done it again, he deceived us all again. Never have I been deceived in a good way :P

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Reading Progress

03/29/2012 page 55
04/19/2012 page 107
19.0% "I still don't think that NASA discovery would pay for all of the expenses wasted. Maybe if there's a big foot on that meteorite.. :P"
04/20/2012 page 215
39.0% "This is getting interesting."
04/21/2012 page 522
94.0% "Ughh!! Sedgewick Sexton is willing to sacrifice her daughter to win. Makes me sick. Especially when he slapped Gabrielle. 'Sacrifice the few to save the many', wow, how does that sounds to the people in the 'few'?"

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