Dan Brown did it again.
I am at awe with what Dan Brown chooses to feature in his novels. This time, it’s the status of NASA as a national agency and the possibility of existence of extra-terrestrial life to keep it from being abolished.
He writes it in a way that you’d never want to put your book down. Although there are concepts that I could only imagine. It was still an interesting and thrilling read.
It made me wonder if this really happens in real-life American government. Because if it does, they’re also really screwed up. Except, they have a lot of money to burn to hide their faults and their flaws.
It is nice, though, to not read about Robert Langdon because I feel like he’s been through a lot after The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. I want to read more about Rachel Sexton and her job.
Deception Point, despite dealing with really heavy topics is a light reading. Definitely one of the more exciting ones.