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Anomaly

Narrated by: Robert Keesecker
Length: 8 hrs and 46 mins
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SOME SECRETS SHOULD STAY BURIED. An Above-Top-Secret project brings military brass, elite commandos, ice-drilling experts, and abducted scientists to investigate a 100-mile-long 'gravitational anomaly' half a mile under the West Antarctic Ice Shelf. Their target: a spaceship buried for millions of years, home to a menagerie of alien and prehistoric horrors that could be unleashed on Earth and end every life on it.

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This book had a very long build up but a really poor ending. Not worth the time in my opinion.

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  • GMCd
  • 08-11-19

A sweet fun book

I enjoyed this book it have me laughing at things that happened to some of the characters. A great book by the author Hugo Navikov.

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  • Crystal
  • 26-07-18

Largely dry resuscitation of pseudo factoids..

1/4 of the story was interesting character interaction and 3/4 of the story was dry observation. Large portions were easily tuned out, skimmed over, or ignored altogether. It was formulaic so it was easy to know when the exceptionally unentertaining portions were about to replete and take over the story. Try as you may it becomes less and less tolerable to muddle through those portions as they expectedly repeat in form. By the fifth and final go around the formulaic storyline I gave up and threw in the towel unable/ unwilling to go through the exceedingly boring portions one more time even if there was hope that the conclusion of the story would offer up some kind of entertaining storytelling. Perhaps this would have made a better short story if not filled with fluffer factoids that watered it down and essentially gave it barely a pulse.