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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 the Hardcover edition.
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... Read morePublished on April 22 2013 by Lynda G. Smith
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. Read morePublished on Feb. 21 2012 by W. B.
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... Read morePublished on Jan. 23 2010 by Alexandra V. Clements
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! Read morePublished on Sept. 26 2006 by Edgar
What passes for literature nowadays is simple: a data-miner gathers all the material; a legend is recycled (forget Wagner respectfully recycling the Eddas; we are talking pulp and... Read morePublished on July 13 2004 by Nicholas v. Katte
This was my first Rollins book, and it was extremely enjoyable. It kept me entertained and almost totally unaware of the passage of time on two long flights. Read morePublished on July 12 2004 by Tom Henderson
The adventure grabs you, starts running & doesn't let you go! All the while there's a little voice whispering "Don't stumble! Don't stumble! Read morePublished on May 19 2004 by Rebecca Brown
The author blasts his story through polar ice, sweeping squalls, Grendels (wait until you meet those beasts! Read morePublished on April 7 2004 by Gerburg Frick