FEBRUARY 1975, Apollo 19, the last of the manned lunar modules, has successfully landed. Exhilarated and confident, Commander Gary Lucas and Pilot Charlie Shepherd set out to explore a vast, mysterious depression in the surface of the lunar South Pole. There in the icy darkness - where temperatures reach 334 degrees below zero - the astronauts search for the fragments of crystalline bedrock, scientists back on earth are hoping for. When tragedy strikes, the men are driven deeper into the lethal realm, where they find much more than they bargained for - a startling discovery that could transform mankind's entire perspective and place in the universe.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Shane Johnson is a writer, graphic artist, and spaceflight historian. He served as the design consultant for the HBO miniseries "From the Earth to the Moon," and has written multiple books and magazine articles concerning popular television series and motion pictures.
CD ISBN: 1-58116-710-5
Read by Cameron Beierle
Approx. 12.75 Hrs. 12 CDs