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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Fofteresse. Preview — Forteresse Digitale by Dan Brown. Mass Market Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. 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?

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Chamidu Gunaratne it was ok See all 17 questions about Forteresse Digitale…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. You know how some days you just feel like eating candy? And then more candy, maybe topped off with ice cream, cookies, cake?

Some days that is forteressse. Until you get to about eight o’clock at night, and your body has reached a point that is beyond satiation. And then you think to yourself, just one last cookie. Your stomach is telling you don’t do it. It’s gurgling and protesting the hours of abuse it forteeesse already taken, but you keep thinking about how good that cookie is going to taste. So you do i You know how some days you just feel like eating candy? So you do it.

You eat it, and you find yourself regretting it almost immediately. You realize, in the end, that it didn’t taste that good. In fact, you realized it was far too much, and you wish you could take it back because now, well now you have a full blown case of the stomach aches.

And you completely regret your digitalle behavior.

That is what Digital Fortress feels like It was strangely addicting, completely entertaining, but had no substance whatsoever. And I think my brain is probably a little dumber for having read it. Maybe it was because I had just read Brown’s Deception Pointand the last thing I needed to do was chase it with more mind numbing ridiculousness. Maybe it forferesse because this is Brown’s freshman go And I should give it one star.


Forteresse Digitale by Brown, Dan

I know I should. But because it was entertaining, I had to give the guy digitalee credit. However, when you set up a main character to be a genius Dkgitale to imagine they support a IQhe mused. I’m willing to accept that stock thrillers such as this are rife with hackneyed descriptions of people, in particular women, such as Brown’s “sexy” depiction of Fletcher.

I don’t read these books because I’m expecting F. I read them because they are entertaining, period. Is that even possible? The point is that she’s this genius decoder, right? Super smart and totally able to decode some of the most complicated cipher. And yet there are very extremely completely obvious “ciphers” right in front of her face that she does not get.

But I got them right away. So I thought that really wasn’t so great. And you are this completely smart and perfectly beautiful woman, and you know when all these various men are totally into you. But the crazy one, who is so obviously into you, you don’t see?

Even when it’s in front of your face all the time? It reminded me too much of that one Patricia Cornwell novel with this one Kay Scarpetta character who is supposed to be a genius as well. But she does some really ill advised Um, not sure I understand how fortersese is a genius and then suddenly isn’t a genius. So that was annoying. I also think Brown cleaned up his act when it comes to sex after this novel.

This bordered on a Harelquin Romance extravaganza! The feminist in me screams out in protest digitaale such garbage.

I’m all for chemistry and attraction. But I revolt at silly depictions of the perfect woman and the perfect man falling in love. They are both just sooooooooo attractive and sooooooooo smart. And they have the most perfect jobs and perfect lives. There wasn’t anything really graphic. It just felt cliche and empty.

And digitzle, the climax. It just went on and on and on. Oh dear me, just get to the point already.

It was no longer exciting when all the brainiacs in the NSA couldn’t solve the freaking mystery which was right in front of their faces! And the whole thing was going to blow up, and of course the perfect couple can save the day in the end.

Because they are perfect and that is what they do!!! I just couldn’t suspend my disbelief anymore, so there were some serious sighs. Some straight out laughs. It was far too melodramatic. Now to be fair to Brown, I have now read all of his books, and I’ve obviously enjoyed them, mostly.


And I think now that he’s written a few thrillers, that his writing has improved. He’s no longer focused on sexual liasons between characters. And while his stories are completely unbelievable, they are also entertaining. The guy isn’t proclaiming that he’s the next Hemingway, after all. He’s selling a product. I just think that from now on, I’ll take my gluttony in smaller doses. View all 7 comments. Commander Trevor Strathmore calls in Susan Fletcher, their head cryptographer to help crack it.

Tankado intends to auction the code’s algorithm on his website and have his partner, “NDAKOTA”, release it to the general public if he was to die. Pretty much holding the NSA hostage, the agency is determined to stop Digital Fortress from becoming a threat to national security. But what they don’t know is Digital Fortress is not what it seems.

Being a fan of Dan Browns works and having an interest in computers, I thought Digital Fortress would be the match for me. Although, I found that it did not live up the the expectations I thought it would uphold. I felt the characters were very underdeveloped, and that the story could have been so much better had Brown put more effort into character development.

On the brightside, I found some parts to be very thrilling and on edge, and it was also very apparent that Brown put a lot of effort into researching computer code and algorithms. I cannot say that I recommend this book to many people, but it was not a horrible book. People who are fans of Browns work will be slightly dissapointed, but will find it tolerable.

People who are also interested in Computers and computer code will find the various references to algorithms and special codes very intriguing, but anyone who isn’t very tech savvy will find it very confusing.

Though Digital Fortress did not live up to my expectations, I will continue to read his novels as I know his others are better, this book was just a minor virus in diyitale computer system. Have you heard of the Digitalee I think these days, a lot of people know the NSA but apparently, there was a point in time when no one knew what the NSA was.

I was at the Cryptology Museum right next door. You can almost see the plot Have you heard of the NSA? You can almost see the plot unfold digiyale you actually read it.