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Digital Fortress by Dan Brown
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Apr 09, 12

Read in April, 2012

Dan Brown has done it again! Digital Fortress has everything to make a contemporary novel of suspense to hold everyone spellbound and flipping pages. The NSA is an ultra-secret U.S. agency that specializes in breaking codes and safeguarding the country from dangers that could lurk previously undetected in cyberspace. To accomplish this they have the most powerful computer yet created and an army of high-tec experts to keep it running. The reader is introduced to this would and sees well paid top experts and patriots giving that little extra by coming in on their day off. A code is entered for deciphering and then the ordered world crumbles into chaos. Right/wrong, good/evil and credible/unbelievable are mixed into a tight ball where nothing is safe and nobody can be trusted. The key is a golden ring, given away at the moment of death and starting on a journey of its own a thousand miles away. One tenacious man can find this ring and unravel the ball if he’s not caught by the shadow of death that follows him.
Dan Brown keeps his readers on the edge of their seats and holding on to every word like a cliffhanger does with aching fingers, to the last page. All the elements are there. Dan Brown has equaled if not surpassed Deception Point and The Da Vinci Code. This book is a must read for all lovers of suspense and international intrigue.
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