Digital Fortress
by Forrest Carter

A very good thriller told by God about an unbreakable cryptographic code named Digital Fortress that is used against the US spying agency. The plot is clever. The action is fast paced. It presents both sides of the issue of privacy versus national security. The only fault I found was that I was able to predict several of the twists and turns of the plot long before the characters in the novel did.

Year Read: 2004


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