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National Reconnaissance Office, Washington: Intelligance analyst Rachel Sexton is summoned by the President of the United States to verify a discovery which NASA claims will change the future of the planet itself.
Milne Ice Shelf, Arctic Circle: teams work feverishly to unearth an astonishinly rare object buried deep in the ice. But, accompanied by charismatic academic Michael Tolan, Rachel soon uncovers the unthinkable: evidence of scientific trickery. They soon find out this is not a discovery that anyone wants to hear.
Fleeing for their lives in an environment as desolate as it is lethal, their only hope for survival is not to find out who is behind this masterful ploy. And the truth, they will learn, is the most deception of all...
“Deception Point” by Dan Brown tells the story of a president struggling to keep the polls in his favour and a political scandal so big that when discovered by the opposition leader’s daughter, Rachel Sexton, under the deep ice of the Arctic, it throws her into a fight for her life against the White House and NASA, who will do anything and everything to keep the truth from being revealed to the world.
“Deception Point” is a great read, filled with heart-stopping action and a shocking twist in the storyline. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants a fast, interesting and exciting read. Overall I find this book very hard to put down.
This amazing third book in the Dan Brown series, released in 2001,it is his third book. Inthis book, we look at the main character Rachel Sexton.
This book was defintly a five-star rating book, however, when the plot set in place, it was fairly easy to predict, that was the only problem. Overall, though, it is a good book.