I would do this review in video, but the fact that I wasn't with my computer in hand, would not have where I edit it, but soon I might be serious. Be
fore reading Digital Fortress, I already knew the Dan Brown's writing, although Digital Fortress is his first book, I met him through the Da Vinci Code, and it was the same which aroused my desire for reading.
Title: Digital Fortress
Author: Dan Brown
Pages: 331 | ISBN: 9788580414059
Synopsis: before bursting all over the world with the Da Vinci Code, Dan Brownjá demonstrated a singular talent as a storyteller in his first book, Digital Fortress, released in 1998 in the United States. Many of the ingredients that, years later, would cause the author was recognized as a new master of action and suspense books were already present in your debut novel: the quick narrative, the plot full of twists that keep the reader from the first to the last page and the fascination exercised by secret codes, encryption and mysterious puzzles. * BOOK GIVEN IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE PUBLISHER
arly on we came across a certain romance, at least appears to be, when Susan Fletcher was dreaming about her beloved David Becker, to be awakened by the sound of the phone ringing, the answer is on the line, she flirts with him and then he ever apologizes for not being able to comply with the plans that both had agreed to the weekend , David was already on the plane and said he needed to do something and that soon would return to go to the mountains. David had been contacted by the Top (head) of Susan for a mission in Spain, but for this mission should send a civilian (Becker).
"Everything is possible, the impossible just takes longer."