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  • Paperback: 294 pages
  • Publisher: Thistle Publishing (25 July 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1909869074
  • ISBN-13: 978-1909869073
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.7 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 364,813 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Alan K. Baker was born in 1964 in Birmingham, UK, and attended the University of Reading, where he read English Language and Literature. His novels The Martian Ambassador, The Feaster from the Stars, The Gods of Atlantis and The Lighthouse Keeper are published by Snowbooks. He currently lives in Florida.


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Alan Baker has produced a well thought out and structured book. Like perhaps so many others, I first became aware of The Dyatlov Pass Incident by accident whilst researching something else. Since then, I have become almost addicted to trying to find out the truth.

When nine, bright, healthy, experienced and clearly wonderful young people die in unexplained and totally inexplicably strange circumstances, the rest of us have not just a right but a duty to find out how and why. How could all these people die with such horrific injuries and then have the Russian authorities claim that it was just an avalanche or hypothermia? Why did some of them have massive internal injuries but no sign of external trauma? What happened to individual who had her mouth cavity removed? Why was their skin orange and their hair grey? It is essential that the truth comes out.

It is now more than 50 years since the terrible events on the Mountain of the Dead and no-one can have any 'compelling' reason to hide the truth any more.

The more the rest of us read and then ask questions about this event, the more likely we are to find the answers. Alan Baker has done a superb job in presenting the information, weaving personal relationships into a truly horrifying a terribly sad story about the loss of these amazing young people. You must get this book and then start demanding answers. This is a book you will find hard to put down.
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An interesting take on this real-life mystery. Baker weaves together regional folk tales with psychology and science to produce a new take on this fascinating story. As there were no survivors of the incident in 1959, we may never know what really happened up in the Ural mountains that winter. But it's fun to speculate, and this is a creepily entertaining one.
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Didn't really know what to expect with this bargain priced book. Excellent read all round! Bit of political thriller with more than a dash of conspiracy thrown in, topped off with genuinely strange sci fi. Really liked how Mr Baker still kept a lot of the explanation purposely vague, allowing the reader to try and fill in the blanks, whilst at the same time suggesting that due to the `installations` high strangeness, would be all but impossible. Would make a great HBO series! On a slightly catty note, read `Dead Mountain` by Donnie Eichar and was kind of bored with his rather dry interpretation.
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this is one of those things that the more you read, the more you want to know and the more you read, your still looking for answers, i have four book about this but still no answers, with every book you read you get to know the nine better but not what really happened to them, its a Mountain which brings people in like flies to a spiders web (40 troops in 1939, the Dyatlov group of nine in 1959, another nine in 1960 and nine more in 1961, and there was another plane crash on that Mountain with nine people on board in 1990 this group all lived, interesting place and an interesting book too.
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Engaged with the first third but felt it started to ramble after that. Interesting information about physics , phenomena etc which I did look up on the net. Increased my knowledge of things I hadn't known before and introduced me to some fascinating web sites. Almost worth it for this alone.
Style suited the characters but I felt the narrative and characters got lost in the author's enthusiasms, the exposition of which went on for several pages. I did finish it, but the internet research pages and discussions held up the narrative and made it a chore to engage
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Well written and somewhat thought provoking. Very nearly ruined by the final third which feels as if it loses it's way. However, a worthwhile read and offers a different perspective on the Dyatlov pass incident
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Interesting beginning, but then it got silly. Half way through, I lost the will to live. Not sure what it was - sci-fi, conspiracy, military shenanigans, aliens, mickey mouse? Not for me.
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