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The Dig

The Dig

Michael Siemsen

Language: English

Pages: 472

ISBN: 194075710X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Matt Turner's gift is also his curse...

Hailed as "...the next Michael Crichton" or John Scalzi, Bestselling author Michael Siemsen (The Dig - 2011, The Opal - 2012, A Warm Place to Call Home (a demon's story) - 2013) has amassed quite the following in just a few years. From the unexpected rise of The Dig to #1 Sci-Fi book, to the dark turn of the follow-up, The Opal, no one quite knows what to expect next from this rising new author...and then he releases Frederick [A Warm Place to Call Home], his best received and best reviewed tale yet.

With over 1600 reviews averaging 4.1 ★'s, The Dig is not to be missed.

WHAT READERS ARE SAYING:
★★★★★ "Page turner that never got boring" ★★★★★ "An entirely unique idea..." ★★★★★ "...characters you care about, a villain to love (and hate), and two stories in one to keep you sucked in." ★★★★★ "Definitely diving into the sequel when it comes out." ★★★★★ "I love a book that keeps me thinking about it weeks after it's finished." ★★★★★ "...captivated...spent a sleepless night reading the whole thing!" ★★★★★

DESCRIPTION:
A mysterious woven metal artifact is found at a paleontological dig in Africa. Mystified experts, confounded by the impossible timeline they get from traditional dating methods, call upon a stubborn young man with a unique talent. Matthew Turner's gift is also his curse: When he touches any object, his awareness is flooded with the thoughts and feelings of those who touched it before him. It is a talent that many covet, some fear, and almost no one understands. Despite being exploited as a child and tormented by the unpleasant experiences imprinted on him from the various items he has "read," Matthew agrees to travel from New York to the forests of Kenya. There, threatened by unknown enemies and helped by a beautiful but prickly ally who begins to understand his strange ability, he journeys back in geological time to make a discovery so shocking that it forces us to rewrite all human history.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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