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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Sound Library; Unabridged edition (August 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0792729706
  • ISBN-13: 978-0792729709
  • Product Dimensions: 18.1 x 16.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 494 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,020,538 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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By Lynda G. Smith on April 22 2013
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
How do you rate the covers once you have read what lies between! It is a good adventure read and like all of Rollins novels founded in good science and a writer's ability to keep you hooked from page one until the last page. Back to the covers - It arrived in great shape, good packing, and for such a reasonable price, I was delighted. In this day and age, saving a buck here or there can make a difference in the daily budget. The story was perhaps a tad more convoluted that some of his other thrillers, but still held me to the end. The fantasy of the plot was, while extravagant, linked to a history that may some day become reality.
The character development is not as rich as some but in a plot driven book perhaps this is understandable.
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By W. Bulmer on Feb. 21 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
i'd have bought this one years ago if i'd have known it was a james rollins novel.i've read all his books [i think], unless there are others out there under another name. long book but totally a great read. he never disapoints.
buy it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DanD on July 15 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
It's almost an accident: a research sub stumbles upon a lost military base settled deep beneath the ice--Ice Station Grendel. At first, it all seems dead; but then they realize that there is indeed life...but it's not human...
Enter Admiral Viktor Petkov, commander of the Russian Northern Fleet. Petkov's father oversaw Grendel's research facility...and Petkov is determined to restore his father's legacy, even if it means throwing the world into a new ice age...
Matt Pike is a Fish and Game officer, former Green Beret, and divorced from Inuit sheriff Jennifer Aratuk. The couple find themselves in the middle of events, thanks to a mysterious reporter who still has a few secrets up his proverbial sleeve.
Along with a whole slew of characters, they are about to discover the secrets of Ice Station Grendel, and are about to experience the most horrifying days of their lives. Because in a covert battle between the Russian and American governments, the enemy isn't always clear, and those closest to you may in fact be your worst enemies.
James Rollins has written some outstanding novels. His first, "Subterranean," remains one of my favorite books of all time. "Ice Station" comes close to topping that list, too. With all the adventure of his previous four books, plus some amazing character development (even the evil Petkov is drawn as a human figure; I felt myself feeling sorry for the poor guy several times), "Ice Hunt" is a bonafide thrilling ride. It fits the two big "U's" of great suspense novels: unpredictable and unforgettable.
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By Alexandra V. Clements on Jan. 23 2010
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Wow you can always count on James Rollins to give you a good ride. One of hius best. Love his imagination, keeps you up at night because you can't put it down, and then when you do the imagination takes over and you dream about his creatures.

Great read.
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This novel is a great action/adventure story, it has nearly non-stop and awesome (and well-written) action sequences, OK characters (though the dog beats them all!), and a cool location in which all the events happen. Sure there are some unrealictic scenes, but it's so fun to read that it doesn't matter much. Strongly recommended!
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Ice Hunt was a fun surprise for my reading circle. Our consensus: Hoo-yah! Each of us liked it, often for very different reasons. I enjoy how Rollins mixes people, critters, and circumstances to give us a rippin' good, high-energy tale. The people in this story kept us turning the pages from one fast-paced scene to the next. Even the secondary characters are interesting, but I must admit that I had found my favorite in Matt, the Fish & Game guy, by page 2 of chapter one.
Ice Hunt presents a vivid sense of place, whether in the "Cyclops" chamber of a research submarine, the Brooks Range in Alaska, or the turns and wormhole twists of a creepy crawlspace carved into the polar ice. Rollins weaves science and nature into the plot (boy, does he!) and lets characters use their expertise in their own branch of science to deal what is thrown at them. I recommend this heartily. The only caution I have is: be careful how much caffeine you drink before and while reading. This story will get your blood pumping!
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By A Customer on July 14 2004
Format: Hardcover
ICE HUNT WILL FUEL YOUR FIRE...Feel the heat!
I recently read SandStorm a few weeks ago and, for the first time ever, posted my first review. Being SO moved by SandStorm, I hurried out and bought the paper back Ice Hunt.
Rollins Woooooowwwwwed me again.
Can you say "OH MY GOSH!" True to form, I am again driven to state my opinion here. Ok, I am shouting at the roof tops "READ THIS BOOK!" This is a must for any curriculum. Did you hear me?
Ice Hunt is like meeting the love of your life for the first time. When you meet that love...you are excited and you can wait to see that person again. Well, Ice Hunt is the love of your life. Your mind will bend and go places you didn't imagine possible.
Ice Hunt! Ice Hunt! Ice Hunt! Ice Hunt! Ice Hunt! Ice Hunt! Hum....I guess you could say I have quickly become a Rollins fan.
Ok, to the point. I finished reading ICE HUNT last night. In the same fashion as SandStorm, "Ice Hunt is an experience". To quote myself from my last review about SandStorm, I must say that Ice Hun is also another visual and intellectual feast cleverly weaving you into a heart pounding non-stop journey filled with intrigue. Once you being reading, you become glued to the first page until the grand finish. DID I SAY GRAND! CAUTION. YOU WILL LOOSE SLEEP! I was up til ungodly hours of the morning.
A few quick notes. Might I add, Rollins IS A GENIUS! AND WELL INFORMED. I must say, the geography, language, and science is dead on. I don't know about you. When I don't know a place, word, fact, or unsure of something. I LOOK IT UP! I want to know the facts. Rollins doesn't pull punches but he certainly delivers!
Rollins books, or at least the two I have read thus far, are an INFORMATION FEAST.
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