Not Alone by Craig Falconer

— feeling doubt
Not Alone - Craig A. Falconer

Aliens exist, the government knows, and Dan McCarthy just found the proof.

When Dan McCarthy stumbles upon a folder containing evidence of the conspiracy to end all conspiracies -- a top-level alien cover-up -- he leaks the files without a second thought.

The incredible truth revealed by Dan’s leak immediately captures the public’s imagination, but Dan’s relentless commitment to exposing the cover-up and forcing disclosure quickly earns him some enemies in high places.

For his whole life, Dan McCarthy has searched for a reason to believe. Now that he finally has one, he might soon wish he didn’t...

 

This book could have been so much more, but to me it got bogged down with too much filler, especially concerning public relations/ TV media shenanigans. This book was way too long, at over 700 pages, and by the last 3rd of the book, I was just skipping pages trying to get to the pertinent parts. Finally, after all that build up, the ending was so anticlimactic, that I was disappointed.


Only a 2 star book for me.