The Anomaly

The Anomaly

Not all secrets are meant to be found. If Indiana Jones lived in the X-Files era, he might bear at least a passing resemblance to Nolan Moore -- a rogue archaeologist hosting a documentary series derisively dismissed by the "real" experts, but beloved of conspiracy theorists. Nolan sets out to retrace the steps of an explorer from 1909 who claimed to have discovered a myster Not all secrets are meant to be found. If Indiana Jones lived in the X-Files era, he might bear at least a pas...

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Title:The Anomaly
Author:Michael Rutger
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:1538761858
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

The Anomaly Reviews

  • Vanessa
    Jun 12, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

  • Sara
    Apr 17, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Aug 04, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

  • Rachel
    Oct 10, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

  • Jennifer
    Jun 02, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

  • Rachel Emily
    Jul 11, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

    The Anomaly, which begins with a spine-tingling prologue and for which film rights have already been acquired, strongly resembles an Indiana Jones script. The author, mindful of this, even mentions Indiana Jones at one point. As much as I liked the Indiana Jones movies, I was rolling m...

    Brilliant story!! I really enjoyed this book. It was so eerie and creepy but freaking great, and exciting. Full review to come soon. ...

    As has been said, there is something of the Indiana Jones about this magnificent thriller. It delivers on every level from start to finish and is extremely well-written and brilliantly imagined. Caves and I are done with each other..... if I should see one again, I'm walking the other ...

    Fantastic read - full review soon. ...

    I?d like to think Michael Crichton would give this a thumbs up. ...

    Uhg, I'm absolutely torn here, so ultimately going with a solid 3 stars. First and foremost, I could not and did not put this down. I finished it all in one sitting and don't regret that at all. The first 3/4ths or maybe even 4/5ths of this book are completely spell binding. I w...

    I won this book on the goodreads giveaway. I would, actually, give this book 3.5 stars. At first, I thought this book was hokum. It had every Indiana Jones movie, every Destination Truth and Expedition Unknown episode reference or recreation imaginable. Even the author was making fu...

    If you're looking for a fast-paced Indiana Jones/Dan Brown kind of adventure, this is it! A conspiracy theory YouTuber and his crew discover something real and dangerous while filming for an episode. I loved the overall plot. It was creepy, exciting, edge-of-my-seat material, but s...

    This book was so crazy! And Good! And ridiculous! And I just loved it! I really enjoyed the writing - great voice for the main character, Nolan - loved his sarcasm, his wit, and dryness to the narration. Great supporting cast of characters as well. This is like...sci-fi/horror/suspe...

  • Benjamin Thomas
    Mar 13, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

  • Margie
    Jul 08, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

    The Anomaly, which begins with a spine-tingling prologue and for which film rights have already been acquired, strongly resembles an Indiana Jones script. The author, mindful of this, even mentions Indiana Jones at one point. As much as I liked the Indiana Jones movies, I was rolling m...

  • Kate
    Jan 16, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

    The Anomaly, which begins with a spine-tingling prologue and for which film rights have already been acquired, strongly resembles an Indiana Jones script. The author, mindful of this, even mentions Indiana Jones at one point. As much as I liked the Indiana Jones movies, I was rolling m...

    Brilliant story!! I really enjoyed this book. It was so eerie and creepy but freaking great, and exciting. Full review to come soon. ...

    As has been said, there is something of the Indiana Jones about this magnificent thriller. It delivers on every level from start to finish and is extremely well-written and brilliantly imagined. Caves and I are done with each other..... if I should see one again, I'm walking the other ...

  • Susan
    May 31, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

  • Bill
    Sep 16, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

  • Beverley Albright
    Mar 15, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

    The Anomaly, which begins with a spine-tingling prologue and for which film rights have already been acquired, strongly resembles an Indiana Jones script. The author, mindful of this, even mentions Indiana Jones at one point. As much as I liked the Indiana Jones movies, I was rolling m...

    Brilliant story!! I really enjoyed this book. It was so eerie and creepy but freaking great, and exciting. Full review to come soon. ...

    As has been said, there is something of the Indiana Jones about this magnificent thriller. It delivers on every level from start to finish and is extremely well-written and brilliantly imagined. Caves and I are done with each other..... if I should see one again, I'm walking the other ...

    Fantastic read - full review soon. ...

    I?d like to think Michael Crichton would give this a thumbs up. ...

    Uhg, I'm absolutely torn here, so ultimately going with a solid 3 stars. First and foremost, I could not and did not put this down. I finished it all in one sitting and don't regret that at all. The first 3/4ths or maybe even 4/5ths of this book are completely spell binding. I w...

    I won this book on the goodreads giveaway. I would, actually, give this book 3.5 stars. At first, I thought this book was hokum. It had every Indiana Jones movie, every Destination Truth and Expedition Unknown episode reference or recreation imaginable. Even the author was making fu...

  • Asha
    Jul 16, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

    The Anomaly, which begins with a spine-tingling prologue and for which film rights have already been acquired, strongly resembles an Indiana Jones script. The author, mindful of this, even mentions Indiana Jones at one point. As much as I liked the Indiana Jones movies, I was rolling m...

    Brilliant story!! I really enjoyed this book. It was so eerie and creepy but freaking great, and exciting. Full review to come soon. ...

    As has been said, there is something of the Indiana Jones about this magnificent thriller. It delivers on every level from start to finish and is extremely well-written and brilliantly imagined. Caves and I are done with each other..... if I should see one again, I'm walking the other ...

    Fantastic read - full review soon. ...

    I?d like to think Michael Crichton would give this a thumbs up. ...

  • Nat
    Sep 25, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

  • Caidyn (SEMI-HIATUS; BW Reviews; he/him/his)
    Jul 17, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

  • Evelina | AvalinahsBooks
    Jul 17, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

  • Larissa (Book Bosomed Blonde)
    Jul 29, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

    The Anomaly, which begins with a spine-tingling prologue and for which film rights have already been acquired, strongly resembles an Indiana Jones script. The author, mindful of this, even mentions Indiana Jones at one point. As much as I liked the Indiana Jones movies, I was rolling m...

    Brilliant story!! I really enjoyed this book. It was so eerie and creepy but freaking great, and exciting. Full review to come soon. ...

  • Liz Barnsley
    Jan 15, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

  • Julia Cardamone
    Jun 16, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

    The Anomaly, which begins with a spine-tingling prologue and for which film rights have already been acquired, strongly resembles an Indiana Jones script. The author, mindful of this, even mentions Indiana Jones at one point. As much as I liked the Indiana Jones movies, I was rolling m...

    Brilliant story!! I really enjoyed this book. It was so eerie and creepy but freaking great, and exciting. Full review to come soon. ...

    As has been said, there is something of the Indiana Jones about this magnificent thriller. It delivers on every level from start to finish and is extremely well-written and brilliantly imagined. Caves and I are done with each other..... if I should see one again, I'm walking the other ...

    Fantastic read - full review soon. ...

    I?d like to think Michael Crichton would give this a thumbs up. ...

    Uhg, I'm absolutely torn here, so ultimately going with a solid 3 stars. First and foremost, I could not and did not put this down. I finished it all in one sitting and don't regret that at all. The first 3/4ths or maybe even 4/5ths of this book are completely spell binding. I w...

  • Katie
    Aug 29, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

    The Anomaly, which begins with a spine-tingling prologue and for which film rights have already been acquired, strongly resembles an Indiana Jones script. The author, mindful of this, even mentions Indiana Jones at one point. As much as I liked the Indiana Jones movies, I was rolling m...

    Brilliant story!! I really enjoyed this book. It was so eerie and creepy but freaking great, and exciting. Full review to come soon. ...

    As has been said, there is something of the Indiana Jones about this magnificent thriller. It delivers on every level from start to finish and is extremely well-written and brilliantly imagined. Caves and I are done with each other..... if I should see one again, I'm walking the other ...

    Fantastic read - full review soon. ...

    I?d like to think Michael Crichton would give this a thumbs up. ...

    Uhg, I'm absolutely torn here, so ultimately going with a solid 3 stars. First and foremost, I could not and did not put this down. I finished it all in one sitting and don't regret that at all. The first 3/4ths or maybe even 4/5ths of this book are completely spell binding. I w...

    I won this book on the goodreads giveaway. I would, actually, give this book 3.5 stars. At first, I thought this book was hokum. It had every Indiana Jones movie, every Destination Truth and Expedition Unknown episode reference or recreation imaginable. Even the author was making fu...

    If you're looking for a fast-paced Indiana Jones/Dan Brown kind of adventure, this is it! A conspiracy theory YouTuber and his crew discover something real and dangerous while filming for an episode. I loved the overall plot. It was creepy, exciting, edge-of-my-seat material, but s...

    This book was so crazy! And Good! And ridiculous! And I just loved it! I really enjoyed the writing - great voice for the main character, Nolan - loved his sarcasm, his wit, and dryness to the narration. Great supporting cast of characters as well. This is like...sci-fi/horror/suspe...

    What a belter of a book. Chillingly entertaining and a thundering good read. Allow me to offer five reasons why this plucky amateurs? quest into the unknown kept me glued to my seat: ? Its sheer originality. ? Re-invents why you should be afraid of the dark. ? Genius co...

    This novel has great characters and an entertaining story. The pacing was a little slow in the middle of the novel but that is my only complaint. I really enjoyed where the story went. ...

  • Nancy
    Feb 24, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

    The Anomaly, which begins with a spine-tingling prologue and for which film rights have already been acquired, strongly resembles an Indiana Jones script. The author, mindful of this, even mentions Indiana Jones at one point. As much as I liked the Indiana Jones movies, I was rolling m...

    Brilliant story!! I really enjoyed this book. It was so eerie and creepy but freaking great, and exciting. Full review to come soon. ...

    As has been said, there is something of the Indiana Jones about this magnificent thriller. It delivers on every level from start to finish and is extremely well-written and brilliantly imagined. Caves and I are done with each other..... if I should see one again, I'm walking the other ...

    Fantastic read - full review soon. ...

    I?d like to think Michael Crichton would give this a thumbs up. ...

    Uhg, I'm absolutely torn here, so ultimately going with a solid 3 stars. First and foremost, I could not and did not put this down. I finished it all in one sitting and don't regret that at all. The first 3/4ths or maybe even 4/5ths of this book are completely spell binding. I w...

    I won this book on the goodreads giveaway. I would, actually, give this book 3.5 stars. At first, I thought this book was hokum. It had every Indiana Jones movie, every Destination Truth and Expedition Unknown episode reference or recreation imaginable. Even the author was making fu...

    If you're looking for a fast-paced Indiana Jones/Dan Brown kind of adventure, this is it! A conspiracy theory YouTuber and his crew discover something real and dangerous while filming for an episode. I loved the overall plot. It was creepy, exciting, edge-of-my-seat material, but s...

  • Thebooktrail
    May 11, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

  • Emma
    Jun 05, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

  • Jessica Diatalevi
    Jun 09, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

  • The Behrg
    Jul 31, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

    The Anomaly, which begins with a spine-tingling prologue and for which film rights have already been acquired, strongly resembles an Indiana Jones script. The author, mindful of this, even mentions Indiana Jones at one point. As much as I liked the Indiana Jones movies, I was rolling m...

    Brilliant story!! I really enjoyed this book. It was so eerie and creepy but freaking great, and exciting. Full review to come soon. ...

    As has been said, there is something of the Indiana Jones about this magnificent thriller. It delivers on every level from start to finish and is extremely well-written and brilliantly imagined. Caves and I are done with each other..... if I should see one again, I'm walking the other ...

    Fantastic read - full review soon. ...

  • Wendy
    May 05, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...

    I read this at night I couldn't sleep I was transfixed by those mountains, that Canyon, that cavern What an adventure! I've been trekking in the Grand Canyon but nothing like this! It's thrilling and horrific beyond belief Very clever, atmospheric and deliciously dark "The Beach"...

    The Anomaly, which begins with a spine-tingling prologue and for which film rights have already been acquired, strongly resembles an Indiana Jones script. The author, mindful of this, even mentions Indiana Jones at one point. As much as I liked the Indiana Jones movies, I was rolling m...

    Brilliant story!! I really enjoyed this book. It was so eerie and creepy but freaking great, and exciting. Full review to come soon. ...

    As has been said, there is something of the Indiana Jones about this magnificent thriller. It delivers on every level from start to finish and is extremely well-written and brilliantly imagined. Caves and I are done with each other..... if I should see one again, I'm walking the other ...

    Fantastic read - full review soon. ...

    I?d like to think Michael Crichton would give this a thumbs up. ...

    Uhg, I'm absolutely torn here, so ultimately going with a solid 3 stars. First and foremost, I could not and did not put this down. I finished it all in one sitting and don't regret that at all. The first 3/4ths or maybe even 4/5ths of this book are completely spell binding. I w...

    I won this book on the goodreads giveaway. I would, actually, give this book 3.5 stars. At first, I thought this book was hokum. It had every Indiana Jones movie, every Destination Truth and Expedition Unknown episode reference or recreation imaginable. Even the author was making fu...

    If you're looking for a fast-paced Indiana Jones/Dan Brown kind of adventure, this is it! A conspiracy theory YouTuber and his crew discover something real and dangerous while filming for an episode. I loved the overall plot. It was creepy, exciting, edge-of-my-seat material, but s...

    This book was so crazy! And Good! And ridiculous! And I just loved it! I really enjoyed the writing - great voice for the main character, Nolan - loved his sarcasm, his wit, and dryness to the narration. Great supporting cast of characters as well. This is like...sci-fi/horror/suspe...

    What a belter of a book. Chillingly entertaining and a thundering good read. Allow me to offer five reasons why this plucky amateurs? quest into the unknown kept me glued to my seat: ? Its sheer originality. ? Re-invents why you should be afraid of the dark. ? Genius co...

  • Alice-Elizabeth (marriedtobooks)
    Sep 04, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

  • Book of the Month
    Jun 01, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

  • Michelle
    Aug 31, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

  • Rose (Traveling Sister)
    Jun 24, 2018

    Michael here's the thing. You're about to become absurdly famous. People are going to be badgering you to be on their talk shows. Saturday Night Live will do a spoof on you. David Letterman will come out of retirement just to do a top ten list with you on it. There will be fan fiction....

    Good Lord this was brilliant. Creepy as all heck, a brilliant main protagonist, a hugely engaging wider cast and a horrifically addictive plot. I finished it late last night, bleary eyed, hugely satisfied with the entire read including the heart stopping finale. Also loved that the exp...

    I have to agree that I was completely hooked on the promise of fight and adventure! I still believe that this story could have been delivered so much better, and not just in terms of how it was told, but the story and its details itself. Tell anyone this premise and they'll tell you "t...

    Why I Love It by Siobhan Jones One reason I love thrillers is because the diversity of the genre continuously delights me. You?ve got your British domestic suspense la The Child, your blue-collar detective novels like Two Girls Down, psychological mindwreckery like Behind Her...

    This is one of the best science fiction thrillers i?ve read in AGES. If you like Mathew Reilly or James Rollins, this is very much for you. Opening with a horror movie/Indiana Jones moment that sets the scene with terrifying screams in the dark, it then switches to a more chatty...

    No Rating. DNF. Will not be included in my 2018 reading challenge. Spelunking? Lost in a cave system? Hidden dangers lurking? Sign me up! Caves terrify me, I'm claustrophobic, so the very idea of spelunking is enough to set me on edge. BUT..... At 10% in and I can already te...

    Sometimes my son watches a TV programme where a group of, very strange, men, wander the backwoods of America looking for, and yet, never finding, strange creatures. This novel is cleverly based around a similar show ? The Anomaly Files ? a low budget, online show, with a similar th...

    4.5 stars, but rounded up to 5. To begin with, the title is so good. It's intriguing, and it makes sense after you finish the novel. I love it when the title of a book creeps into the dialogue or inner monologue. The book is written in first-person, from the point of view of Nol...

    "...And step one of that is getting out of this crevice. Because it sucks in here. This is the place and point and time from which the rest of our lives start. There is a path from here. And so we need to move along it. We have to go on, and keep going. Okay?" "Okay," she said, very q...

    Nolan Moore leads a team of four TV web series production crew members in an effort to retrace the path of an explorer from 1909 who made an important but mysterious discovery of a cave high up in the rock strata of the Grand Canyon. Nolan?s crew hopes to ramp up their reputation of ...

    I knew I needed to read this book when the blurb stated that the main characters would be like a modern version of Indiana Jones in an X-Files era. I LOVE Indiana Jones! Nolan Moore is a YoutTube celebrity, hosting his own web show where he's trying to find if the truth is out there...

    T/W- Death, Swearing, Violence Readers, this is honestly a thriller novel that you need to add to your TBR lists, like right this second. I don't think I've ever felt so spooked about an adventurous thriller in all of my life! I would highly recommend The Anomaly to fans of Indiana ...

    Oh. Dear. Lord. I could NOT wait for this one to end. Many, many, many times I thought about calling it quits but I read so many reviews saying how ?horrifying? and ?scary? it was so I kept pushing through waiting...hoping for something scary?even remotely good to happen. It ...

    This has to be one of my favourite reads of the year... It hooked me in right from the start and did not let go until the end... I loved the MC and his journey as a character.. My favourite interactions were between him (Nolan) and another character Ken... Just two very likable char...

    This review can also be found here! 4.5/5 TW: mentions of cheating and slight gore I read this book in one day. Nearly in one sitting, actually. We had workers all around the house to do stuff with our A/C (we had to get a new one and this was the final step of making it th...

    The Anomaly is just the kind of James Rollins novel I love - an action-packed tale full of quippy characters in exotic locales that takes two facts and turns them into something that skirts the edges of both science fiction and horror. Except Anomaly isn't Rollins, it's Rutger - a pseu...

    The Anomaly. By the man of many Michaels. There were some truly interesting elements here that I wish were explored sooner and more in depth. The characters were interesting enough and drawn well, but unfortunately, the generic elements of the story outweighed the unique and it ...

    "But your soul knows. Your soul most likely had an inkling long before the events you're struggling to comprehend had even occurred, sensitive as it is to currents and changes too subtle for the conscious mind to observe, and responsive as it can be to the futures shaping themselves in...