Allen & Unwin, 2009 - 333 pages
From the Antarctic to Victorian London, the Yorkshire moors to colonial tropical Cairns, to Imperial Japan and to the gritty streets of modern-day Kings Cross, Ice is a novel of hauntings, love, longing, memory and loss, told with audacity and breathtaking imaginative power from one of Australia's most acclaimed writers.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - livrecache - LibraryThing
ell, it took me a while to read this book, and aspects of it I found interesting (except I kept trying to equate it with 'actual' Australian history as at times 'real' were mentioned). Overall, I ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - maggieball - LibraryThing
Occasionally, during the reading of Ice you’ll need to pause and run a cool piece of ice across your brow, as this is a fever of a novel. There are two storylines which bisect neatly, running across ... Read full review