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The Possession

Lu par : Wayne Pyle
Durée : 10 h et 38 min

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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.

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 rumored 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.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Michael Rutger (P)2019 Hachette Audio

Critiques

"Rutger's creepy, creative sequel to 2018's The Anomaly does a fine job ratcheting up the tension. Fans of supernatural thrillers will be more than satisfied." (Publishers Weekly)

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  • Shots RN
  • 26/08/2019

Incomprehensible

This book is utterly ridiculous!!! The storyline difficult to follow. You only have one Ken to help you through the story . Waste of time and more importantly credit. I believe authors owe listeners their credits back! I liked the first book which is why I was waiting for authors second. Couldn’t care less about a third.

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  • Richarddinovo
  • 25/07/2019

Very thankful.

Although not quite as good as "The Anomaly" I did enjoy this quite a bit though it took a bit too long for the story to really get going.

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  • casey r bartman
  • 26/01/2020

Like an X-Files series.

I have enjoyed both books in this series. They are well told story lines that slowly sneak from the normal to the abnormal (for lack of a better term). I recommend both books and am awaiting another in this series.

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  • ShoeLover
  • 11/01/2020

Not as good as The Anomaly

I purchased The Possession after listening to the first book in the series, The Anomaly - which I very much enjoyed. The Possession is narrated by a different narrator, who often falls into a monotone and is terrible with the other voices - especially Ken's who is english. The narrator's english accent is painful to listen to. The characters in this book are the same as in the first, yet you would be hard pressed to recognize them. Without spoiling the story, these characters go through harrowing experiences in The Anomaly and develop very close relationships as a result of surviving terrible events together. I could not read/listen to that book fast enough. It was a good read. But The Possession made me question if these same characters were the same people or if the book had been written by the same author. Maybe it is because I was put off by the poor narration since I really hated it. However I think along with the bad character development that the plot for The Possession is very weak, muddled and made it difficult to suspend disbelief. I have read many of Michael Marshall Smith's novels (he is writing this series as Michael Rutger) and is the reason I bought these audio books. But this book does not compare to his other novels. I am not sure I will purchase anymore in the series.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 21/11/2019

I enjoyed it

First of all I really wish they'd had the same guy who read the first book (Brandon Williams) read this one too. The guy who did it was okay but I didn't like him as much. As far as the story goes I didn't think it was quite as good as The Anomaly but still very interesting and enjoyable. Although it did feel kind of muddled and confusing at parts, but maybe I'm just dumb :p If you liked The Anomaly you should listen to this too. And if there are more books in this series you should go back to Brandon Williams. This guy did a fine job but I didn't like his Ken voice.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 09/09/2019

Step back from The Anomaly

If you're looking for a good follow up to Rutger's The Anomaly, this isn't one in my opinion. I loved the first book of the series as it built suspense leading to a great ending, while this book left me wanting. Pyle does a good job with the narration although I listened to this directly after the first book and I'd have to say that the first narrator did a better job with the voicing and immersion. Overall not a bad read/listen. Just didn't draw me in as much as the first book.

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  • Rook501
  • 03/08/2019

Another great one.

Has some creepy moments, some laugh out loud moments induced by fun and witty dialogue, and the x files esque scifi that I loved in the first book. Just get it and enjoy.

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  • Frank Newman
  • 26/07/2019

Annoying & immature

Kept wanting to care about the story and characters, but found little depth in either, leaving me too often reminded of how far from great literature our culture has strayed.