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An accident during the construction of a tunnel beneath the Bering Strait leads to the discovery of a network of caverns and evidence that hints at the survival of a primitive human species. Led by DARPA technologist Reinhard Thyssen, a team of experts from around the globe is dispatched into the subterranean maze to discover all they can before the caves completely flood.

Something lurks in the darkness, though...a creature that has evolved into a predator unlike any the world has ever known, and it's up to the scientists to make sure that it never reaches the surface. If they can survive that long.

©2015 Michael McBride (P)2018 Tantor

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Like wading through molasses

Very poor copy of James Rollin's 'Ice Hunt'. Only half way through and struggling to 'manage' this book. Tedious technical detail and non-existent character development.
Lincoln &/or Child, Crichton and Rollins are 100% better authors for this genre.

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interesting premise, but annoying. "screeeeee"

Started string, but got muddy in the second act. It was challenging to recall who was who and where they were. The sound of the creatures was extremely annoying as well.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-09-18

Like wading through molasses

Very poor copy of James Rollin's 'Ice Hunt'. Only half way through and struggling to 'manage' this book. Tedious technical detail and non-existent character development.
Lincoln &/or Child, Crichton and Rollins are 100% better authors for this genre.

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  • 10-20-18

interesting premise, but annoying. "screeeeee"

Started string, but got muddy in the second act. It was challenging to recall who was who and where they were. The sound of the creatures was extremely annoying as well.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-09-18

Like wading through molasses

Very poor copy of James Rollin's 'Ice Hunt'. Only half way through and struggling to 'manage' this book. Tedious technical detail and non-existent character development.
Lincoln &/or Child, Crichton and Rollins are 100% better authors for this genre.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • 10-20-18

interesting premise, but annoying. "screeeeee"

Started string, but got muddy in the second act. It was challenging to recall who was who and where they were. The sound of the creatures was extremely annoying as well.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful