The Ostermann House by J.R. Klein
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Review: THE OSTERMANN HOUSE by J. R. Klein
I am so pleased to discover this genre-blending novel, which combines horror, science fiction, metaphysics, physics, and outer space into a rewarding and engrossing novel. Probability shifts and altered perception, history that changes--not just according to the teller, but sometimes changes in narratives from the same teller, science, military "snooping," small-town "strangeness": university professors Michael and Audrey Felton didn't know what they were taking on in their simple quest for a country getaway from their busy Houston life. They sought peace and quiet; instead they found the bizarre community of Krivac, Texas, and out in the country, the Ostermann House, land like no other. I couldn't put this novel down, and I'm still turning it over in my mind.
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