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Summary

Still recovering from the shocking revelations they uncovered deep in uncharted territory in the Grand Canyon, American myth and legend investigator Nolan Moore and his team take on a new mission, investigating a rumoured case of witchcraft and possession.

Nolan hopes their new case, in a quaint village in the middle of the woods, will prove much more like those he and his team investigated prior to their trip to Kincaid's cavern.

But as the residents accounts of strange phenomena add up, Nolan and company begin to suspect something all too real and dangerous may be at play. A force that may not be willing to let them escape the village unscathed.  

From the author of The Anomaly comes the second installment in The Anomaly Files, a series in the tradition of James Rollins of a team investigating American myths and legends.

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©2019 Michael Rutger (P)2019 Hachette Audio

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great series sadly a terrible narrator.

love the story
terrible choice for narrator really distracting poor English accent almost Australian at times.

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A poor sequel to the previous book.

A poor sequel to the previous book, which was great. The events of the previous story has been casually hand waved away by the author. It feels like a second book in name only. Even beyond the letdown, this book's plot is pretty underwhelming. The narrator does a terrible English accent for one of the characters too.

I think three stars is very fair.



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Disappointed

Disappointed after the first book I was looking forward to this, but it was frustrating, repetitive and just odd, gave it two stars because of the follow up info it lead to me looking up regarding ‘walls’

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what a let down

i didnt think the narrator could make me hate all the characters. his brit accent was awful. i was just becoming more annoyed the more i listened. could not finish this audiobook, such a shame as the 1st book was awsome.