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An enjoyable, yet soemetimes predictable book
am 22. Mai 1998
I do not read much, but when I do I like to be sure it is something fun. Digital Fortress does this, but lets me down in a way too. The premise of the plot is an excellent one, but the book has way too many flaws. Like most other "cyber-thrillers" I've read, the computer technology is grossly overstated and twisted into James Bond like proportions. I began to really care less about the battle over encryption, and instead enjoyed David Beckers tough luck. Reading about this poor guy run circles around a bumbling assassin made the book alone worth my time to read. The characters seem pretty realistic, I could imagine a few people I knew like the ones portrayed. Overall, worth your time to read if you're looking for an enjoyable action novel. I also reccomend William H. Lovejoys "Back\Slash" if you enjoy this type of genre.