New! Why is Crater Lake so
Thousands of years ago, the peak of volcanic Mount Mazama erupted, and then fell back into itself, creating a giant crater. The crater slowly filled with rain and melted snow to become one of the
deepest, bluest lakes in the world. In this pristine setting, Sam Hunter thinks he has won the lottery when he lands a job as a seasonal maintenance worker at Crater Lake National Park. Doubts about the uneventful summer he'd planned swirl in his head. Within weeks an antiquated sewer system,
greed and selfishness combine to shut down Crater Lake the first time a U.S. National Park closed during the height of tourist season. Amidst finger-pointing, conspiracy theories and shared, tragic
secrets, Hunter witnesses the discrepancy between what people say they value and what they will do to protect it....