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Intense, multiple times.
Nothing to compare it to. Its truly a unique story.
All of them.
Digital meets suspense.
Brown is my favorite fiction author, dig that guys style.
Everyone in the movie pause a long while, sat a long while, waited a long while, unenjoyable repetition.
The story was predictable from the start.
It wasn't very clear where the directors loyalty isToo much use of foul language.
Excellent reading performance
I would consider listening to Digital Fortress again. Its story line and plot were very similar to Deception Point.
I listened to all unabridged versions of his books and this was my least favorite. Not to say it isn't a good book, it just isn't as good as the others.
The narrator is good and easy to listen too.
Yes, the narrator did a great job and changed his voice to match the character. It was a fun listen and I greatly enjoyed it
Yes, constantly switching between stories and how they intertwine and numerous plot twist. Great fun and very interesting
I have not heard him before, but this was a great performance and will look for his name in the future
The book has great emotion from the characters and you really feel for the characters
Great book, love Dan Brown books and always find them to be insightful and interesting. This book has numerous great computer references and is just a fun puzzle throughout, highly recommend for anyone who loves a great puzzle and fictional conspiracy.
This story just didn't hold together. It seemed that the characters spent an amazing amount of poor dialogue missing an obvious conclusion. If you enjoy Dan Brown's books, stick with Angles and Demons or the DaVinci Code and skip this one.
on a scale of 1 bad to 10 the best ever I would say it was a 6.
It kept my interest but not glued to the story like some others have.
Yes I have. It was as good as the others.
The good ones...
Like any other of Brown, in the average.
Yep, but low quality audio.
Spain description, it seems to be colombia, nothing to do with the real spain.
Just the right amount of action, suspense, and romance to keep me interested throughout the entire book. Really well written. A very fun book.
I don't know?
When the lights went out.
Spellbinding at times.
I was enthralled.
Great book. Great listening experience.
Only if they have actually liked the other Dan Brown books and ONLY THEN if they like to be able to predict the who done it etc.
He could have written a different story. Hes got one story and just rewrites it over and over again. I "like" the story but after a while its just boring and you know how its all going to go. You would have to be a pretty immature reader to not know whats coming... With all the language and GD being thrown around I wouldnt recommend a young reader actually reading it though.
I didnt read the actually book, just listen to the story. I really cant add anything here.
Read different authors.
Story wise, I like Dan Brown. I enjoy the way he lays out his stories and all. But they are all the same. I would like him to branch out and try something new. Of course that which put him on the map has got to be a hard thing to let go.