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Deception Point by Dan Brown July 21, 2009

Posted by Aubri in Action, Adventure, Mystery, week 6.

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Deception Point was a good read, and very interesting, but not quite as plausible as Angels and Demons. Not to say it wasn’t a great book. The Washington Post called it “Unputdownable” and I agree. Rachel Sexton is daughter of the man running for president, but works in a security office– so basically she works for her father’s opponent. When one day the President asks her to meet with him, Rachel suspects a political scheme at work. To her surprise, she is sent to the Arctic Circle to verify a find made by NASA. Needless to say, this is big news, especially since her father is fighting to shut NASA down. At first, all is as it seems. But when she and the handsome Michael Tolland find the unthinkable– evidence that NASA and the president are being tricked– they are forced to fight for their lives while being pursued by a deadly force known only as ‘Delta’. With the presidential election balancing on the tip of a knife, something like this could force one man into the light, or crush another’s campaign. Rachel and Michael are left with only one option: discover who is behind this. But that just might be the greatest deception of all…

With nothing but the astounding writing I’d expect from Dan Brown, Deception point is a thrill ride from start to finish. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in politics, aliens, deceit, special opps, or any kind of action.



1. ella - July 30, 2009

I LOVE LOVE LOVED this book! Probably his best…

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