Obsidian Tears (Apparition Lake Book 2) by [Lamoreux, Daniel D., Lamoreux, Doug]

Amazon– Obsidian Tears

New troubles are stacking up like cordwood for Chief Ranger Glenn Merrill, as Yellowstone’s existence is threatened by earth tremors and an imminent supervolcano. After a series of gruesome deaths claiming animals, tourists, and a ranger, it’s clear that something’s gone terribly wrong at the nation’s oldest national park.

But putting an end to these mysterious deaths is more than just the chief ranger’s job — it may be his end.

Obsidian Tears plunges Glenn, his Shoshone friend, an aggressive young seismologist and an Arapaho healer into a world of Indian mysticism. Will man and nature join forces, or risk losing all of humanity to an ancient evil?

MY REVIEW:

FIVE OUT OF FIVE STARS

So far I’ve loved everything I’ve read by Lamoreux, (And I think I’ve read them all) so I wasn’t surprised to find myself getting lost in this story as well. It is well written, fast paced, and full of tension throughout. I had a hard time trying to focus on my own work, my mind always drifting back to the story until I could turn that last page. This is the second in the Apparition Lake series and I loved it just as much as the first one. Interesting characters, intense action and Mother Nature. What better setting than Yellowstone National Park? Couldn’t really ask for more?

Troubles hits again for Chief Ranger Glenn Merrill, as Yellowstone’s existence is threatened by earth tremors and an imminent supervolcano. There are a series of gruesome deaths claiming animals, tourists, and a ranger, and it’s clear to Ranger Glenn that something’s gone terribly wrong at the nation’s oldest national park.

Obsidian Tears brings Ranger Glenn’s Shoshone friend Johnny Two Ravens back into the picture, and I have to admit he was one of my favorite characters from the first story. Man against nature, or man and nature joining forces against an ancient evil. You’ll have to read it yourself to find out.

About Denna Holm

I love reading and writing about fantasy and science fiction.

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