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Forteresse Digitale by Brown, Dan
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To ask other readers questions about Forteresse Digitaleplease sign up. I liked the book, cryptography is something that always amused me and Digital Fortress took it to another level! Did anyone get to solve the code at the end of the book? Chamidu Gunaratne it was ok See all 17 questions about Forteresse Digitale….
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Aug 26, K. I work in the Information Technology field so relating to this book was easy for me. So, this book glued me from start to finish.
My officemate has been telling me that this is his favorite Dan Brown book. Hurray, I am now a Dan Brown completist! I liked the story. NSA has a program that can track personal conversations around the world. One employee gets angry so he becomes a whistleblower. This lust for her body and for power as usual basically becomes the driving force for all these men to outwit or kill each other or even themselves.
The plot is a little overpopulated by characters and the twists are a bit too many to become coincidental. Just like any other first time novelists, Brown was trying to prove that he could intricately weave a suspenseful yet unbelievable plot.
Wikipedia says that this book was based on real-life incident in cryptography. The story seems to tell me that Dan Brown not only did his thorough research on the topic but was also able to anticipate what NSA would do.
This one was not coincidence, I think. I just did not have any idea how a novelist could have access to NSA. Or maybe I am reading too many suspense-thriller books Robert Ludlum, Jeffrey Archer, Ken Follett, John Grisham, etc that my rational thinking is now tainted with all these far-fetched possibilities or thoughts. Dan Brown was born on the same year I was, i. Wimps cannot do just those. I like Dan Brown definitely not for his literary prowess, i. He just does not sit down and types away his thoughts.
He backs those up with facts. He goes to the museums in Paris or Capital Building, looks up on all the writings or symbols on the wall, paintings, towers.
He reads history and current events and incorporates those to his plot. We just cannot ignore the fact that he knows his trade. His books deserve to be read. His efforts deserve to be appreciated. View all 21 comments. This thriller is fast hooray! But it must be said that its an adventure less compelling than The Da Vinci Code, even more contrived; devoid of interesting characters but plagued with dead ends, ineffective repetitiveness, empty journeys. While many characters deal with differently major or minor catastrophes, the short chapters speed by.
The plot, if dissected, would resemble this: There are codes and puzzles along the way, easy to decipher and sometimes overly-explained by these tech- and only tech- minded, overpaid, individuals. Because it was educational, fun, sometimes I say this with a grain of salt unpredictable, it should be read. Expect no Waugh or Hawthorne, but Crichton, or at least a worthy imitation. It is definitely a dumb action adventure but if it captures you, and it will, then just take the ride. It’s as harmless as impersonating the protagonist: But something within the human machine will be processed in some way, surely.
View all 5 comments. A Good Thriller, if you ignore a few things. View all 7 comments. This is one of the two stand alone novels authored by Dan Brown; other being the Deception Point. Both are of the science fiction genre. But no matter on what genre Dan Brown writes, one thing you can be certain to find; and that is the use of codes and puzzles. With his unique use of codes and puzzles he creates a wonderful mystery, where the reader is taken on a suspenseful journey. I have always loved Dan’s ability in keeping the reader on the edge and making him too run against the time to s This is one of the two stand alone novels authored by Dan Brown; other being the Deception Point.
I have always loved Dan’s ability in keeping the reader on the edge and making him too run against the time to solve the puzzles and unveil the mystery. In addition to mystery and suspense there was a sweet love story too, which I think was a bonus.
Dan Brown never fails his readers! I think this was possibly my least favorite book by Brown. It lacked a certain something. Maybe it’s just because I’m not that savvy in the things he wrote about, but I choose to think otherwise. He should stick to what he does best, historical mystery. A good little thriller whose pages turn all alone and at full speed Nevertheless, I regret the fact that Dan Brown seems to pull the same strings for each of his novels, which helps unfortunately the avid reader to discover the plot to roses too fast!
E, ciliegina sulla torta, son tutti dotati di una strabiliante sagacia e, consentitemelo, di una gran botta di culo che permette loro di scampare a qualsiasi pericolo. Solo negli ultimi capitoli ho riconosciuto davvero la penna di Dan Brown, tutti i suoi stratagemmi e quei calcoli che solo il padre de Il Codice da Vinci potrebbe mai concepire. Crypto riesce comunque a spingere il lettore a continuare la lettura ma, per poter davvero essere coinvolti, dobbiamo imparare ad assumere un certo distacco da tutti questi piccoli fattori inverosimili che talvolta ci fanno anche ridere e limitarci a godere della storia di fantasia partorita da un grande scrittore.
Non posso dire che il romanzo non mi sia piaciuto, ma di certo ho letto di meglio. This is my least favourite Dan Brown book well, I have yet to read “Origin”. In my opinion, some plot twists in Digital Fortress were predictable, so that kind of reduced the thrilling affect. But more than anything, I didn’t like the ending I felt like 2. I felt like I was reading the plot of one of those typical American action movies. It seemed pretty obvious to me. I just felt irritated cause it made the characters look very stupid.
Anyway, other than the ending, everything else was fine.
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Some scenes felt a bit repetitive but I like Dan Brown’s writing style, so overall the book wasn’t too bad. They use it to continually spy on emails from around the world. Enter Digital Fortress which is an unbreakable code and the NSA will do anything to get their hands on it, and bury it. This books brings in questions of ethics over personal privacy and the benefits of personal security versus the “greater good”, but doesn’t dwell here.
Gorteresse assumes you agree with the NSA and that forterdsse beleive they idgitale have access to everyone’s data. There are lots of twists and turns and heaps of action – often suspending reality, but fun nevertheless! With unending action, intrigues and a fabulous plot Digital Fortress is an example of the techno-thriller at its very best. But what makes Digital Fortress exceptional from the others are its other elements: The issues raised in Digital Fortress concerning privacy of communications and the very real threat of terrorism will have readers thinking about Digital Fortress long after they have put the book down.
Brown does an excellent job at presenting technological wizardry and cutting edge intelligence information in such a way so as to please technology lovers and yet make the complex subject of encryption interesting and easy to understand.
A must read for lovers of intrigue, thrillers and for anyone who loves an exciting story with a complex, layered plot and fascinating foretresse This torteresse is not as exciting as other books by this author. It has a lot of coding jargon that only coder can fully understand. Although this was published 18 years ago, it’s easy to see where science fiction becomes fact regarding engineering science. Forterese technological foresight is quite impressive.
I’m a big Dan Brown Fan.