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  1. says:

    PROTAGONIST Lauren Burgess glacial biologistSETTING AntarcticaRATING 425WHY Lauren Burgess glacial biologist ha

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    This was unexpectedly excellent I didn't really have any expectations going in but whew what a ride It begins with an Antarctic expedition in

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    This was a non stop action novel Unpredictable Didn't turn out the way I thought it would I thought the story was going to be about

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    I read this book years ago but I still remember the book very well It was such a good and thrilling story Now years later I had to put this on my booklist here in Goodreads

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    Lauren Burgess is fulfilling the dream of a lifetime running Capricorn Base a scientific research station in the Antarctic interior Three hundred miles away an expedition consisting of famous explorer Julian Fitzgerald and his companion Carl Norland has run into trouble The two men would have been the first to cross Antarctica on foot at its

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    Gripping adventure with a standout villain in Julian Fitzgerald a character that the reader will grow to hate in no time Dickinson creates a fascinating world at the edge of the ice with a careful eye for details both technical and natural The reader can almost fill the chill in their bones with the near death escapades of the cha

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    Finally Finally Finaly A cant put down adventure book Wrencked the entire eveneing and next day because I stayed up until it was over read it in one sitting and everything else went on hold Its so so wnderful to read a book

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    Book of the Month for me The crew on the Capricorn scientific base in Antarctica are called on to rescue a pair of explorers who have failed in their attempt to cross the continent at its widest point After a hair raising r

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    This book was mis shelved at the the used book store and one of the tag lines on the front cover confused me as well I was expecting some sci fi under the ice adventure but it turns out not to be the case It is an adventure novel set in an Antarctic science research base but the science aspect is a minor plot point in the story I probably wouldn't have picked it up if it had been shelved in regular fiction or in an adventure section but as

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    This was of a survival book than an adventure book which I wasn't really expecting I have read at least two other fiction books about things buried in the polar ice but this was much different It just wasn't uite as exciting as I thought it would be but I did learn a lot about the conditions of the Antarctic I did read it almost entirely in one sitting though so it had that going for it The writing seemed a bitamateurish at times Not a lo

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Black Ice

Adventurer Carl Norland and celebrity explorer Julian Fitzgerald have teamed up in an attempt to walk across Antarctica at its widest point a crossing of some 2000 frozen miles Success would place their names alongside those of such polar legends as Scott Shackleton and Admundsen but when their goal proves beyond their reac. This was unexpectedly excellent I didn t really have any expectations going in but whew what a ride It begins with an Antarctic expedition in disarray with one of a pair of explorers wishing to throw in the towel and the other wanting to push on even though they re out of food After a botched air rescue results in the aircraft crashing and another person trapped on the ice a scientific base 300 miles away is contacted and coaxed into a risky rescue mission Whilst the rescue mission is ultimately successful it turns out that one of these explorers is a bit of a delusional sociopath with little to no regard for anyone but himself As the story progresses his actions puts everyone at risk resulting in destruction of the scientific base and a race back across 300 miles of unforgiving Antarctic ice to the rescue beacon previously used to call in the ill fated air rescue It s uite an action packed survival adventure and the above doesn t even give a true indication of how much of a douchebag the explorer in uestion is The guy seems to be living in a delusional world of his own caring for nothing but promoting his own exploitsOverall an excellent page turning thriller Green dog trumpet and other stories names alongside those of such polar legends as Scott Shackleton and Admundsen but when their goal proves beyond their reac. This was unexpectedly excellent I didn t really have any expectations going in but whew what a ride It begins with an Antarctic expedition in disarray with one of a pair of explorers wishing to throw in the towel and the other wanting to push on even though they re out of food After a botched air rescue results in the aircraft crashing and another person trapped on the ice a scientific base 300 miles away is contacted and coaxed into a risky rescue mission Whilst the rescue mission is ultimately successful it turns out that one of these explorers is a bit of a delusional sociopath with little to Identity no regard for anyone but himself As the story progresses his actions puts everyone at risk resulting in destruction of the scientific base and a race back across 300 miles of unforgiving Antarctic ice to the rescue beacon previously used to call in the ill fated air rescue It s uite an action packed survival adventure and the above doesn t even give a true indication of how much of a douchebag the explorer in uestion is The guy seems to be living in a delusional world of his own caring for Cenote nothing but promoting his own exploitsOverall an excellent page turning thriller

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H a frantic rescue begins Hundreds of miles away at drilling station Capricorn scientist Laura Burgess and her team have made a discovery that will stagger the scientific world News of their discovery must wait however as an urgent plea for rescue reaches the remote camp Into a gathering storm the rescuers race to snatch t. I read this book years ago but I still remember the book very well It was such a good and thrilling story Now years later I had to put this on my booklist here in Goodreads

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He dying adventurers from nature's hungry graspBut even the Antarctic's unending whiteness cannot hide the utter darkness of a madman's heart Just as salvation seems imminent a terrible secret threatens to turn the saviors into unwitting victims And all the while nature gathers her strength determined to lay claim to them a. This book was mis shelved at the the used book store and one of the tag lines on the front cover confused me as well I was expecting some sci fi under the ice adventure but it turns out not to be the case It is an adventure novel set in an Antarctic science research base but the science aspect is a minor plot point in the story I probably wouldn t have picked it up if it had been shelved in regular fiction or in an adventure section but as it turns out I really enjoyed it view spoilerThe ending was predictable but not very believable In fact I think at times the author glossed over or didn t stick to likely reality of the physical impact of the cold climate He would mention it and use it some situations But in general it seemed that the extreme temperatures didn t seem to effect the characters as much as I would have expected or he glossed over the protective clothing that everyone must have been wearing hide spoiler

  • Paperback
  • 468
  • Black Ice
  • Matt Dickinson
  • English
  • 14 July 2018
  • 9780312989323