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Ice Tomb

By promising to consider her for theirupcoming mission establishing the first moon baseInstead her archrival and ex lover David Marsh getsthe plum assignment while she’s sent to Antarctica tolead a new team beneath the ice Even worse she’ssent in blind They told her about the thermalsignature but not about the bodies Where did theycome from T. This story grabbed my interest right from the start it s fast paced and interesting and I had a hard time putting it down I especially liked the main character Erica She s not particularly likable but that just made her realistic and interesting to me I also liked the way author Deborah Jackson captured the competitive and often ruthless nature of the academic world I live and work in that world every day and the events in this book were entirely believable to me Also the science seemed well researched and credible The storyline was really uniue and the ending was unexpected something that always appeals to me Read the full review on Have you read this at Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, right from the start it s fast paced and interesting and I had a hard time putting it down I especially liked the main character Erica She s not particularly likable but that just made her Homewrecker ruthless nature of the academic world I live and work in that world every day and the events in this book were entirely believable to me Also the science seemed well Make your own model forts & castles researched and credible The storyline was Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury really uniue and the ending was unexpected something that always appeals to me Read the full How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim review on Have you

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Hey don’t belong to the missinginvestigative team so what had become of her fellowscientists Is the activity under the ice the remnantsof an ancient civilization or is there a sinisterexplanation The answer could mean the very survivalof the human race To find out Erica will have tojoin forces with the man she despises a man who’s onthe moon.. Futuristic thrillerI like how Deborah Jackson used the story of Atlantis for part of her plot Strong female characters enrich a typically male driven plot involving Antarctica and the moon Writing is excellent I loved the teleportation and the physics review This made for a good reread 3 years after I bought it

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The year is Deep within the Antarctic Ice Sheeta hotspot suddenly appears on satellite tracking TheUS science team that is sent from McMurdo Station toinvestigate finds an icy graveyard Minutes latertheir transmission is cut off The last sounds heardover the radio are their screams NASA lures volcanologist Erica Daniels to a conferencein Houston. I could suspend my disbelief for a lot of the wackier versions of the story which I will not mention so I can avoid major spoilers But two things I can t forgive 1 On my version of the book there was a polar bear on the cover This takes place in Antarctica Probably a failure on the publisher sbook designer s part but still 2 How did David manage to successfully steal Erica s thesis Yes he took the printed copy and wiped all the backups she had saved on computers But surely during the time of writing her thesis she had consulted with professors and other professionals in her field Surely this was not her one and only draft that she kept secret until ready to turn in And then what of David presenting it Wouldn t the panel or whoever he had to share his thesis with have seen that he obviously didn t know what the paper was talking about But otherwise a light and entertaining read


About the Author: Deborah Jackson

Deborah Jackson grew up in the Toronto region received her undergraduate degree from the University of Ottawa and worked for many years in the healthcare field before beginning her writing career She is the author of several science fiction and historical fiction novels Deborah is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators and Speculative Fiction Canada Articles about.



10 thoughts on “Ice Tomb

  1. says:

    Originally posted on Simple Joys in LifeA few weeks ago my boyfriend and I went to BookSale and purchased five bo

  2. says:

    Ice Tomb by Deborah Jackson is one of very few books which I disliked so much I couldn't finish them In this case I gave up after struggling through about one third of the bookThe premise of Ice Tomb might be fine but the writing is

  3. says:

    I could suspend my disbelief for a lot of the wackier versions of the story which I will not mention so I can avoid major spoilers But two things I can't forgive 1 On my version of the book there was a polar bear on the cover This takes place in Antarctica Probably a failure on the publisher'sbook designer's part but sti

  4. says:

    This story grabbed my interest right from the start it’s fast paced and interesting and I had a hard time putting it down I especially liked the main character Erica She’s not particularly likable but that just made her realistic and interesting to me I also liked the way author Deborah Jackson captured the

  5. says:

    Great near future sci fi on things that could happen or will happen Very believable

  6. says:

    This book had a little bit of everything from volcanos a trip to the moon a trip to Antarctica Atlantean myth romance and disappearing scientists It seems like a wide variety but it does tie together to form a cohesive story Not exactly plausible particularly the later part of the book but it is certainly entertainingThere were scientific explanations provided for everything that happened along the way While this makes sense since the story

  7. says:

    This an interesting read Jackson did a good job blending portions of hard sc fi with fantasy sc fi The action takes place in 2 brut

  8. says:

    He gazed up into Erica's enormous cobalt eyes frothing with concern or was it pity?If it weren't for the gems like the one above I would consider giving the book three stars I liked the first half it was a solid set up to

  9. says:

    Futuristic thrillerI like how Deborah Jackson used the story of Atlantis for part of her plot Strong female characters enrich a typically male driven plot involving Antarctica and the moon Writing is excellent I l

  10. says:

    No Just NO Could not even finish it Started out great just got worse and worse It seems a lot is going to happen but it just did not get there

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