Deception Point
by Dan Brown
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A shocking scientific discovery.

A conspiracy of staggering brilliance.

A thriller unlike any you've ever read....

When a NASA satellite discovers an astonishingly rare object buried deep in the Arctic ice, the floundering space agency proclaims a much-needed victory -- a victory with pro

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It was around the Presidential Election. The US president and the Senator were fighting for the next office session. The NASA was under criticism of over-budget and market domination. At this time, there was a discovery of the meteorite with extraterrestrial life under the ice. There were particular characteristics of the meteorite which concluded that it was authentic, such as the purity of ice shelf, fusion crust, chondrule content and big animal with exoskeleton etc. However, Rachel and Tolland rebutted them one by one. This revealed the fraud and attracted the killing from the Delta Force to prevent leakage of the truth. They followed them all through from Arctic to the States. The story was not complex but the scenery was Hollywood-like.

“Working closely with Sexton had been an eye-opening experience – akin to a behind-the-scenes tour of Universal Studios, where one’s childlike awe over the movies is sullied by the realization that Hollywood isn’t magic after all.”

“William Pickering stood on the bridge of the Goya and watched in dumbstruck awe as the spectacle unfolded all around him.”