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Digital Fortress
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5 years, 1 month ago at Aug 18 21:50
I've read all of Dan Brown's books and this seems to be his weakest. The plot is predictable and if you know at least a bit about how computers work, you have to turn off your brain in order to enjoy the book.

Still, Brown knows how to entertain a reader and if you ignore the books shortcomings you'll come to enjoy the book's "roller coaster" style. "Digital Fortress" is also a good... read more
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Website: Amazon
Manufacturer: Corgi
Release date: 5 July 2004
ISBN-10 : 0552151696 | ISBN-13: 9780552151696
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andreyu posted a review 5 years, 1 month ago

Not so good

“I've read all of Dan Brown's books and this seems to be his weakest. The plot is predictable and if you know at least a bit about how computers work, you have to turn off your brain in order to enjoy the book.

Still, Brown knows how to entertain a reader and if you ignore the books shortcomings you'll come to enjoy the book's "roller coaster" style. "Digital Fortress" is also a good and exciting introduction to cryptography, and that's a plus in my book.

Sure, this book is literature's equivalent of an action movie, but it's one of the better ones.” read more

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