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Offline Art Topic starter
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It will come to this one day....

Though they are not my usual dining fare as far as genre is concerned, I have found the books of Dan Brown to be extremely well thought out and presented in a most enjoyable, readable style. They, for the most part, are page turners, where one will often put off eating in order to finish a chapter.

I haven't read all of his books but of the ones I have read and thoroughly enjoyed were Digital Fortress, Angels & Demons, The DiVinci Code and Deception Point.

Digital Fortress concerns itself with the inner workings of the NSA, cryptology, murder and techno-thriller mystery.
Angels & Demons is actually the prequel to The DiVinci Code and should be read first (duh).
Deception Point is a great ride of government secrets, NASA satellites discovering a strange object beneath the Arctic ice, cover-ups, assassins, etc. A thrill a minute!

I have yet to read his latest book, Lost Symbol, but it promises to be even more thrilling and involved than his Angels & Demons / DiVinci Code books. - Can't wait.

That should keep you busy! - Don't forget, you can order these on Amazon's Used Book list for pennies on the dollar!
Posted December 29, 2012, 17:28:12 PM Logged
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Offline Diesel
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Good selection there Art, I have read all of Dan Brown's work and enjoyed them all. One of my other authors I enjoy is Clive Cussler. Not everyone's genre but for me they make for a good read.
Posted December 29, 2012, 17:41:21 PM Logged
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