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  • Allison Pallija

    books worth reading

  • Ryndi Brady

    My favorite book by Dan Brown

  • Mykel Napier

    Digital Fortress by Dan Brown: When the NSA's invincible code-breaking machine encounters a mysterious code it cannot break, the agency calls its head cryptographer, Susan Fletcher, a brilliant, beautiful mathematician. What she uncovers sends shock waves through the corridors of power. The NSA is being held hostage--not by guns or bombs -- but by a code so complex that if released would cripple U.S. intelligence.

  • Khalid Al-Kalla

    Dan Brown is my favorite author!!!!

  • Katie Foley

    Digital Fortress by Dan Brown - Finally read the first of the Dan Brown books. I really do love his puzzle/mystery/murder/suspense.

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When I started this book, I could not put it down. I think I finished it in less than a day.

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this is a good book for the history and background of the priory, and the story itself. however, i think i like the movie better. it was almost too much info in the book. but it is worth reading!

The book is much better than the movie (I still love you Tom Hanks). Only thing I hate is Robert Langdon. You can tell a guy wrote it because he gets laid at the end of every book, and he's a 40-year-old, pudgy, balding university professor. Right. His earlier books are better: Deception Point, Digital Fortress, and others.

The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown. I enjoyed reading all his books. I knew what was going to happen way to soon in this book though.

Angels & Demons by Dan Brown: Underrated book...I liked it a lot more than The Da Vinci Code, which itself wasn't too shabby!

The last Robert Langdon book and just as good as the last two. Fast-paced, exciting, and not to mention gives you quite a bit to think about!

(O) "The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown. A great *fictional* adventure book about thousand-year-old clues, secret societies, detective work, chases, and puzzles. The book presents itself as factual, referring to supposedly-real background, but there are many, major inaccuracies. Read it just for fun, not for revelation.

Deception Point- Dan Brown. Full of conspiracy, twists and turns. Love the subject matter too.