Ice Station

Ice Station

Book - 2000
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On Antarctica, special forces from several countries battle each other for control of what is believed to be an alien space ship buried in the ice. Non-stop action and treachery galore.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Paperbacks, 2000, c1999
Description: 534 p. : ill., map, plans ; 18 cm
ISBN: 9780312971236
0312971230
Branch Call Number: Reil

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andrewzo
Jan 08, 2015

literally non stop action from the beginning of the book till the very end. (not kidding)

too much action however. There is no contrast. So it is just an intense book all the way through. (with 1 small break)

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Lula60
Feb 16, 2014

cant wait to read!

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rahmmie
May 19, 2013

The book is good not because the writing is good but simply because the plot grabs you right from the beginning and doesn't let you down until the very end. It cannot be easy to write such a long book (700 pages or so) and simply keep the action going non-stop

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picklez
May 03, 2011

Love this book! It is fantastic and is a great military mystery/thriller. You won't regreat the time you spend reading it, but be warned, once you start it's hard to put down!!

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stewartethan007
Nov 08, 2013

stewartethan007 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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