If you scare easily, don’t read this book. If you dare to read it, you’ve been warned. Two years ago on a stormy night, in the dead of winter, Mike Teter experienced something that would change his life forever. Mike was a telescope operator at the world renowned Carson Peak Observatory in New Mexico. We won’t tell you what he saw that night on the mountain nor what happened afterward on a dark stretch of highway, because it would haunt you just as it has haunted Mike. But what we will tell you is that Mike is back at Carson Peak. And what he witnessed that night two years ago is about to become a reality . . .
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The Astronomer's Crypt based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Spiritual fiction with logic in tact.
I bought this because I like the premise and the setting. Using an observatory is a cool idea, and I knew the setting would be interesting because David Summers is an astronomer. The setting--the observatories and New Mexico--and even the weather--is fascinating. Lots of detail. Those observatories are huge--so many spaces to hide--and lurk in. I enjoyed learning about all that equipment and the work involved. There is danger, suspense, villains, and monsters--and I appreciated how all the subplots came together. I'd say more, but it's too easy to add spoilers. Wait! There are ghosts too. Note: Some adult content--and lots of blood and guts. This is the beginning of a series obviously, and I hope to see more of Mateo and Jerome Torres and have them do more--utilizing their heritage...