Fernando J. López del Oso (Madrid, 1974) graduated in Biology from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He is responsible for the popular science section of the prestigious magazine Enigmas, directed by Dr. Fernández Jiménez del Oso. He is director of contents of the Project Ukhupacha – meaning “interior world” in Quechua -, an organization of Spanish speleologists and adventurers who collaborate with scientists and archaeologists around the world. He is the author of the non-fiction books Un viaje mágico por Egipto and La sexta extinción, and he participated in the short story collection 20 historias inquietantes. El templo de la luna, his first novel, awarded the Premio Minotauro 2009, was followed by Yeti.