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Deception Point Mass Market Paperback – November 26, 2002
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Dan Brown is the bestselling author of two previous novels, Digital Fortress and Angels & Demons. He lives in New England with his wife. Visit the author's Web site at www.danbrown.com.
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He is writing novels like film scripts, making sure there is enough 3D effects justification, to hide the story lack of a truthful ending.
The illustrated edition is great. I liked having photographs of the places and artwork mentioned in the book. You can find it all on the web of course, but it is handier to have it on the same page.
As to whether the "history" in the book is true, I just remark that the book is clearly labeled "Fiction". There is much legend inside, and whether you want to believe that as history is left up to each reader to do their own thinking and research.
PS I watched the movie first and then read the book. All I can say is I am grateful that the movie did not spoil the book. I was able to enjoy both, the movie as fast-movie entertainment that sticks to the spirit of the story, and the book as a more leisurely read that I can put down to think about the implications of things.
PSS I just find it odd that Sophie is usually called by her first name, while Langdon is called by the last name. Same with other characters. There is no consistency.