When the bones of the Magi are stolen from their resting place in a German cathedral, the whispered words of a dying priest catapult Dane Maddock and Bones Bonebrake into the midst of a deadly race to solve a centuries-old conspiracy. Danger lurks at every turn, and no one knows where the clues will lead... or what they will uncover. From ancient cathedrals to hidden temples to icy mountain peaks, Dane and Bones must outrun and outwit their enemies in the thrilling adventure - Icefall.
©2011 David Wood (P)2012 Gryphonwood Press
"Icefall packs in the fistfights, cipher cracking, and ancient secrets that all action adventure lovers will enjoy." (Joanna Penn, author of Pentecost and Prophecy)
While travelling for the Christmas holidays, the group becomes involved in the theft of the bones of the Magi. Their pursuit of the bones takes them to some dangerous places and brings them into contact with some dangerous people. This story was fast-paced and intense, and once again I was enthralled. I cannot say enough about the narration by Jeffrey Kafer and how he brings the story and characters to life. I have already downloaded another book in the series and plan to start listening as soon as I finish this review.
This is a great, mysterious novella. Maddock and Bones are up to their old tricks, even when supposedly on vacation. It's written well and the characters are great fun. A recommended book. I listened to it in one go, Kafer does another great job.
Yes. A fun story that kept my attention and maybe catch a few things I might've missed the first time through.
I wanted to see where Dane and Bones would end up next.
Good pace with clear wording. Dialogue sounded like a conversation or discussion should.
Not an extreme reaction other than I enjoyed it.
Bones's sister (Angelica) added an additional dimension to the story. combined with Jade's participation added fun banter, and tension that allowed for a better mystery to be built up and resolved.
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