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    In these days of stolen information & nations accessing other nations' digital information, this book was ahead of its time! Great read.
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    Dan Brown

    Awesome read. True to form for Dan Brown
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    Terrible

    Terrible. One-dimensional characters and a story that isn't that intriguing. The worst I've read from him.
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    Good plot but terrible theatrics and circumstances.. how many times can words Stick in people's throats.
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    Riveting

    Written in 1998, lived out in 2013. Did this novel give Edward Snowden a reason to reveal NSA secrets, or is author Dan Brown a prophet? You will be burning the midnight oil with this page turner, and perhaps persuaded that Big Brother has taken evesdropping too far. A delightful, yet gripping thriller, Digital Fortress is typical of Dan Brown's story telling ability.
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