The Loveliest Abyss in the Universe

Hidden deep underground, a diabolical machine tears into the fabric of spacetime itself, showing Sujan, and his team, glimpse into a realm covered in roiling lava lakes, leaving him petrified and humbled. Only Madam Viragat, the project overseer, is unconcerned, bent on using their findings to scare the populous into obedience. Only Sujan is willing to investigate further, making a discovery that rocks his world to its core.

Meet Andrew M. Crusoe

Andrew Crusoe is an author, speaker, and traveller. His first book, The Truth Beyond the Sky, is a tropical science fiction novel inspired by mythology and has been professionally produced as an Audible.com audiobook and featured on UPR radio for successfully predicting gravity waves, years before they were proven by LIGO in 2016.

A Ghost for a Clue (IMMORTOLOGY, Book 1)

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A Rare Combination of Hard Science Fiction and The Supernatural

A mathematician. A robotics engineer. An aspiring astronaut. Bram Morrison is all of these. What he can’t imagine he’ll ever be is someone trying to figure out the physics of a ghost. That is, until a workmate dies.

Bram’s botanist friend, Torula, claims that her lab equipment has gathered data proving her greenhouse is haunted. She suspects it has something to do with his recently deceased friend. Now, she plans to extend her study of life into the afterlife.

He wants to take the next big leap for mankind. She wants to delve into what ought to be dead and buried. How the two end up reconciling both ambitions leads to a scientific foray into the afterlife involving NASA, a computer disc, and a tragic dance with death.

A Ghost for a Clue, the first book in the IMMORTOLOGY series, is a bold mix of scientific facts and supernatural lore that could have you thinking that ghosts indeed are real.