The Artifact

The Artifact , by Kevin J Anderson (and others) just affirmed why he is one of my favorite authors. Every book of his that I have read has been action-packed and fast-paced. It feels like you’re watching a movie. The Artifact was no exception. A group of men, calling themselves the Daredevils Club meet every year to brag about their adventures. When one of the men discover several mysterious artifacts, seemingly not of this world, he enlists the aid of the Daredevils Club to help find the missing pieces.

The cast of characters was a group of people, so none of them were explored too deeply. But this was a short book, with only a back-story at the beginning, explaining how the Daredevils got together.

With plenty of twists and a surprise ending, The Artifact will keep you on the edge of your seat. I read through it in two days, because it was so hard to put down.

8 thoughts on “The Artifact”

  1. It sounds great! I hate the book cover though! I don’t understand this seemingly recent trend to put little or no artwork on book covers and they expect tremendous sales. This is especially disappointing on sci fi and fantasy books where the potential for imaginative covers is limitless.

  2. yeah.. i don’t think the author names should be outweighing the artwork. blech.
    the artifact stones themselves look cool.. they could have done so much more with it.

  3. Hey Angela,

    I put a link to your blog on ours, and I couldn’t remember if I spelled your last name correctly?? Schuch? Let me know if I goofed it!

    Angie Leverence

  4. I’ve only read the X-Files novels that Kevin J Anderson wrote because I was a huge fan. I got to meet him at an XF Convention and he was really nice and signed everyone’s books. It’s great he’s still writing.

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