The Seventh List

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
For thousands of years, they have known when you were born and when you will die…

At Uluru, Australia's most recognisable landmark, lies a book of immense power: the Seventh List. Since before recorded history, its guardians have kept it secret. When two well-funded international groups trace the book to its location, the guardians must fight to the death to defend the book, and their rock. More

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About Grant Finnegan

Grant Finnegan is an avid reader of anything with the word ‘Thriller,’ in the genre. His favourite authors are many, though many are known to us all—Stephen King, Clive Cussler, and Australia’s greatest author (in his opinion) Matthew Reilly, to name a few.
Grant’s first novel found him in Uluru, Northern Territory, taking in one of Australia’s (and to him the world’s) most stunning and jaw-dropping natural wonders. The Seventh List was largely based at this remarkable place, and visiting there to research for his first novel was a most memorable trips of his life. Grant suggests that Uluru should be on everyone’s bucket list.

Grant resides in the bayside suburbs of Melbourne Australia, where he can be found wandering along the local beach with his wife on most days chatting about the world around them and taking in the fresh salt air. When he’s not at the beach he will be either writing his next novel, in the kitchen cooking up a storm, or thinking about when the next winter is going to come around so he can get on his Snowboard and ride the white powder. Preferably on New Zealand’s South Island, which he often calls one of his favorite places on Earth.

Grant's second novel is due for release in early 2018.

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Review by: Nameless Books on Aug. 2, 2014 :
Readers of a certain age might remember Crocodile Dundee, a classic Australian adventure comedy that remains one of the few Aussie films I can remember to break the mold of self-obsession with national identity to deliver a genuinely entertaining adventure.

Grant Finnegan here serves up a tale of equal quality, mixing a cast of quintessentially Aussie characters with heroes and villains from across the globe, against the backdrop of Australia's red center, as they struggle for control over an artifact that could change the fate of the world.

Also on the theme of movie nostalgia, this also made me think of Indiana Jones. There's a real sense of wonder and adventure in some of the discoveries the characters make here that reminded me of the archaeological swashbuckling of those adventure classics, and it all works together with the irreverent humor of Finnegan's cast to create a truly enjoyable read.

Disclosure: I did the e-book file production for this title, though as I wasn't involved with the edit and didn't read the text at all before it was published, I feel distant enough from the content to give an honest review.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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