If You Build It, They Will Come.

Friday, June 18, 2004

It's four in the morning, and I'm still up. I'm not sure why. I just finished reading Deception Point, by Dan Brown. I really enjoy his books (The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons, and Digital Fortress are the other ones I've read, and to my knowledge the only ones he has.) I notice something though. Dan Brown Books follow a distinct pattern. Someone always mysteriously dies in the Prologue, the cause and reason are figured out later, and in the end, people boof. The main character is always knowledgable about things most people don't know due to their job, beit a symbiologist, an agent of the NSA or the NRO. A fear from childhood usually is very prevalent in their current lives as well. It's interesting.