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James Rollins invokes the polar environment so vividly you can hear the wind shriek and feel the ice forming on your nose, and the scientific/medical puzzles at the story's heart may remind you of Michael Crichton's best. The characters, while mostly familiar hero or villain types, are crisply drawn and in some cases quite sympathetic, but it's the nonstop action that carries you along. During several climactic chase scenes, you may find yourself laughing in pure delight--or gasping for breath--as Rollins keeps finding ways to ratchet up the tension one more notch. Ice Hunt is an escapist's delight. --Nicholas H. Allison --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Fast paced and plenty of action with lots of twists and surprises.
It contains great adventure, some of his best action scenes, good characters that you cheer for, great science and intrigue, and of course x-files type monsters.
I read this book in one sitting and now will have to wait impatiently for the next one.
Because this book never stopped moving. It is so action packed (which I love) that I'm exhausted from just finishing it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by CaliforniaGirl
The book was interesting. Very heart thumping in the end. The Grendels are scary. Great cast of characters including the bad guys.Published 1 month ago by C. Turner
Just finished reading this and loved it! Once again James Rollins has written a great stand alone book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anna Dobritt
Really well written. As usual, lots of great research and imagination went into this story. Very exciting right from the beginning!Published 2 months ago by Matthew Kuhlmeier