Deception Point Audiobook is a 2001 secret spine-chiller novel by American creator Dan Brown. The novel follows White House knowledge examiner Rachel Sexton’s inclusion in authenticating NASA’s revelation of a shooting star that probably contains evidence of extraterrestrial life, looking like the ALH84001 case.
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Just before a United States official political decision, NASA finds a shooting star in the Milne Ice Shelf containing a bug-like animal, apparently demonstrating the presence of extraterrestrial life. The disclosure might actually be the main consideration in the official political decision, in which one of the central points of contention is whether to keep subsidizing NASA.
Occupant US President Zachary Herney favours supporting space research, while his challenger Senator Sedgewick Sexton contends for dissolving NASA. President Herney sends a group of specialists to the Arctic to check the credibility of the extraterrestrial bug: oceanographer Michael Tolland, astrophysicist Corky Marlinson, glaciologist Norah Mangor, scientist Wailee Ming, and National Reconnaissance Office representative Rachel Sexton, Senator Sexton’s girl.
Whenever the researchers observe a peculiarity that raises doubt about the validity of NASA’s disclosure, they’re assaulted by a Delta Force group that had subtly been keeping an eye on them.
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About The Author
Daniel Gerhard Brown is an American creator most popular for his thrill-ride books, including the Robert Langdon books Angels and Demons (2000), The Da Vinci Code (2003), The Lost Symbol (2009), Inferno (2013), and Origin (2017).