Ice Hunt

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Harper Collins, Apr 27, 2010 - Fiction - 656 pages
13 Reviews

Carved into a moving island of ice twice the size of the United States, Ice Station Grendel has been abandoned for more than seventy years. The twisted brainchild of the finest minds of the former Soviet Union, it was designed to be inaccessible and virtually invisible. But an American undersea research vessel has inadvertently pulled too close—and something has been sighted moving inside the allegedly deserted facility, something whose survival defies every natural law. And now, as scientists, soldiers, intelligence operatives, and unsuspecting civilians are drawn into Grendel's lethal vortex, the most extreme measures possible will be undertaken to protect its dark mysteries—because the terrible truths locked behind submerged walls of ice and steel could end human life on Earth.

 

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User Review  - utbw42 - LibraryThing

Basic average thriller for me, fun to read, but I can't really say there was anything outstanding about it. Other Rollins books have been better. Read full review

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User Review  - GTTexas - LibraryThing

The thrills never stop, and the escapes are reminiscent of a Saturday movie serial. Rollins is in top form for Ice Hunt as he assembles an interesting cast of characters to tackle seemingly impossible odds. Very satisfying adventure thriller! Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
17
Section 3
43
Section 4
85
Section 5
113
Section 6
151
Section 7
183
Section 8
214
Section 14
369
Section 15
405
Section 16
435
Section 17
465
Section 18
499
Section 19
538
Section 20
574
Section 21
609

Section 9
253
Section 10
288
Section 11
308
Section 12
341
Section 13
361
Section 22
615
Section 23
623
Section 24
635
Section 25
637
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About the author (2010)

New York Times bestselling author James Rollins holds a doctorate in veterinary medicine and resides in the Sierra Nevada mountains. An avid spelunker and certified scuba enthusiast, he can often be found underground or underwater.

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