The Next Skywatcher: Prequel to The Last Skywatcher Triple Trilogy Series

The Next Skywatcher: Prequel to The Last Skywatcher Triple Trilogy Series
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Series: The Last Skywatcher: Anasazi Historical Thrillers with a Hint of Romance, Book 1
Genres: Historical, Thriller
Tags: Anasazi Essentials Collection, Anasazi Readers Starter Library, Pagosa Springs
Publisher: Hot Water Press
Publication Year: 2015
Length: 237 pages (paperback version)
ASIN: 1511823240
ISBN: 9781511823241

A mysterious star. A brutal ceremony.

Can one boy’s resistance change a culture?

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About the Book

Tuwa is the next in line to become his clan’s skywatcher. When a strange star appears in the sky, the High Priest calls for blood sacrifice. Tuwa’s grandfather is the first victim of the ultraviolent warriors who carry out the priest’s wishes: death by cannibalism.

Tuwa escapes to avoid watching his adoptive mother and the girl he loves meet the same fate. When he returns years later to take his revenge, he learns the stakes are much higher than he ever could have imagined.

Revenge may not be enough….


“I really enjoyed it. It was well-written.” —Thomas Windes, thirty-seven-year veteran Anasazi archaeologist with the National Park Service. 

“This is the first Jeff Posey book that I have read, not only was the story good, but I like how he ‘presents’ his words. Makes for a nice, easy read.” —Dor, British Columbia, Canada. 

The Next Skywatcher was a great read! I’ve been interested in the Anasazi for years and read books and watch TV specials about them. I find it a very interesting culture, and this book is a great help in imagining what their world may have been like.” —Lynda, Ontario, Canada. 


AuthorMug0415-320x320Jeff Posey writes novels inspired by the Anasazi culture of the American Southwest a thousand years ago.

“Cultures that have dramatically collapsed,” he says, “should at least compel us to dream up stories about how such things can happen.”

He does not, under any circumstances, advocate Anasazi-style cannibalism.

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