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Publisher's Summary

A brutal new Ice Age covers the Earth…

When an experiment to reverse climate change goes disastrously wrong, Jarred and his daughter Hope are forced to head south in search of warmth. This manmade eternal winter shows no signs of stopping, and with temperatures continuing to plummet, fears of a new Ice Age drive survivors into a panic.

Jarred and Hope don’t have the wilderness skills needed to survive this disaster. But when their car spins out of control, they’re forced to fend for themselves in the ruthless and unforgiving forest surrounding them. And as they journey through the snow-swept wilderness, they slowly discover they are not alone….

Survivalist Fiona knows how to deal with a harsh winter on her own, but this new world is deadly. She’s got a cabin stockpiled, and is all alone until she runs across Benjy, a forest ranger who’s ready to help, but has his own reasons for staying with her. 

Civilization is crumbling. There’s no electricity. The cold is getting worse, and resources are scarce. To survive, Jarred and Hope will have to find allies they can trust, and push themselves harder than they ever imagined. Because even a moment’s weakness in this harsh icy wasteland can mean only one thing.

Freezing to death in the merciless cold…

©2021 Relay Publishing (P)2022 Relay Publishing

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Overall just alright. You can definitely do better

I personally felt the first half or so of the book was a slog to get through. The action takes a while to get to and the first several chapters are what I think is a boomer's idea of what people like about post apocalyptic stories, constant blabbering about furniture, and how this is gonna affect their finances and blah blah blah. The second half is far more interesting hearing about the groups survival. I found the narrator's voice quite whiny at times and I think he might need a better microphone that doesn't produce so much feedback when he puts on a higher pitch voice. You can definitely do better for one credit though.

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Great Listen.

I was pulled into this story right from the beginning. I couldn't wait to find out what happened next, and how it was going to end. Very enjoyable listen.

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  • 06-15-22

A Really Good Story Read Well by Maxwell Zener

Grace Hamilton writes in a very imaginative way. This book has, amongst others, a whinging teenager and an oily park ranger to add extra dimensions to the story. The endless snow and bitter weather provide the framework from which the characters can develop. As with other books by this author, there are elements of cosy preparedness which act as the lure to keep the characters pressing forward facing very real danger as they strive to reach that safety. An excellent read with plenty of adventure and cosy safety to be had! Highly recommended.

The book is read very well allowing you to forget that it is only one person reading many characters. In particular, Maxwell Zener did the whingey teenager well – she could be very aggravating! Well worth buying.

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  • caroline wright
  • 06-14-22

Decent amount of peril and imagination

This feels a very long audio book, but it is broken down effectively into sections, with each one having its own peril and conclusion and so the story moves on. Yes you do have to let your imagine go with it but that is the fun of reading/listening to these types of books. The narration suited the story and all in all would recommend.
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  • 06-11-22

decent but...

I was looking forward to listening to this book but I got very bored with the cliché event every time, nearly there then disaster.