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“If you count on good thrillers to be told in clear, engaging prose and made up of interesting psychology, state-of-the-art research and swiftly moving plots, you couldn't be in a better place.” ―NPR, All Things Considered on Arctic Rising
“An intimate techno-thriller about an ecological showdown in an ice-free Arctic.” ―Publishers Weekly on Arctic Rising
“A gripping and convincing near-future scenario that is composed of many beautifully machined speculative parts, which all cohere into a stirring, verisimilitudinous portrait of our world circa 2050. Additionally, he provides a thriller-style plot worthy of Hitchcock or Neal Stephenson.” ―The Barnes & Noble Review on Arctic Rising
“This commercial sci-fi thriller has a premise that should interest ecologically minded Canadians.” ―Winnipeg Free Press on Arctic Rising
“A very good classic spy thriller set in an exotic location. A location that exists only because of the drastic changes in our planet's climate.” ―Denver Post on Arctic Rising
After finishing Hurricane Fever I have to say that this book was just…okay. I think it was an interesting, fast paced, action packed book that left me only slightly entertained. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Taylor Shuster
I really enjoyed this book. Hurricane Fever is actually a fast paced, well written book. It is full of obvious twists and turns, but it costs a different kind of cli-fi than... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bobby Rowan
Every once in a while you find a book that plays more like a movie in your head. Hurricane Fever wasn’t the typical cli-fi book that we’ve read in class. Read morePublished 6 months ago by samantha tarallo
When first starting Hurricane Fever I couldn’t help but laugh due to the fact that two characters you meet in the beginning chapters are named Roo and Seneca which just happens to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jordan
I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect from Hurricane Fever when I picked it up and started reading. I was very confused when the second chapter switched over to Roo’s character and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Annie
Overall, I thought Hurricane Fever was an okay read. The plot wasn’t extremely complex and was a bit predictable, which isn’t always a bad thing,... Read more
“Hurricane Fever,” the fast-paced action/thriller written by Thomas Buckell, was certainly an entertaining fast read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by DShavon
I read Hurricane Fever while sitting outside on a beautiful 85 degree Saturday in Philadelphia in the middle of April. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Darrek
I really enjoyed reading Hurricane Fever by Tobias Buckell. Unlike other cli-fi novels, I felt that this novel gave a positive impression of the futuristic world. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sophia Yonezuka