E–pub/E–book [Ice Tomb] ✓ Deborah Jackson


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    characters Ice Tomb Deborah Jackson ✓ 5 characters characters ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Deborah Jackson Originally posted on Simple Joys in LifeA few weeks ago my boyfriend and I went to BookSale and purchased five books which cost ten pesos each Pretty cheap right? One of the books we bought was Ice Tomb a science fiction written by

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    characters ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Deborah Jackson E–pub/E–book [Ice Tomb] ✓ Deborah Jackson 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 definitely inadeuate and the end result is a novel which is boring and irritating at the same time One of its many annoyances is the eyes fetish permeating the writing For each and every person appearing in the

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    characters ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Deborah Jackson Deborah Jackson ✓ 5 characters E–pub/E–book [Ice Tomb] ✓ Deborah Jackson 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 co

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    E–pub/E–book [Ice Tomb] ✓ Deborah Jackson This story grabbed my interest right from the start it’s fast paced and interesting and I had a hard time put

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    E–pub/E–book [Ice Tomb] ✓ Deborah Jackson Great near future sci fi on things that could happen or will happen Very believable

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    E–pub/E–book [Ice Tomb] ✓ Deborah Jackson 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 st

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    E–pub/E–book [Ice Tomb] ✓ Deborah Jackson 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 brutal unforgiving environments the moon Antarctica There are mysteries about the disappearance of teams sent out

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    E–pub/E–book [Ice Tomb] ✓ Deborah Jackson Deborah Jackson ✓ 5 characters 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 an Antarctic mystery but the second half was too technobabbly and the romantic suspence was just meh

  9. says: E–pub/E–book [Ice Tomb] ✓ Deborah Jackson

    characters ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Deborah Jackson Deborah Jackson ✓ 5 characters E–pub/E–book [Ice Tomb] ✓ Deborah Jackson 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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    E–pub/E–book [Ice Tomb] ✓ Deborah Jackson 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 I waited and read what seemed like the same thing over and over still waiting Never happened Life is too short I gave up and put it away Maybe one day doubtful

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Summary ☆ Ice Tomb 105 characters Ice Tomb The origin of the hotspot Along the way Erica unearths scientific marvels that might just prove her own theory But why is the ice sheet littered with bodies Is the activity under the ice the remnants of an ancient civilization or is there a sinister explanation To discover the truth Erica will have to join forces with the man she despises a man who’s on the moonA Note From the AuthorDear Potential ReaderIce Tomb is a novel I wrote ten years ago I attempted a rewrite performed some minor surgery but ultimately made few changes since other projects were consuming my time and imagination It blends ROMANTIC elements with SCI FI both hard science and fantastical Although several critics enjoyed the story it has flaws the product of an initial effort and a Hollywood influenced i. Great near future sci fi on things that could happen or will happen Very believable

characters ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Deborah Jackson

Ice Tomb

Summary ☆ Ice Tomb 105 characters Ice Tomb The year is 2015 Deep within the Antarctic Ice Sheet a hotspot suddenly appears on satellite tracking The US science team sent from McMurdo Station to investigate finds an icy graveyard Minutes later their transmission is cut off The last sounds heard over the radio are their screams NASA lures volcanologist Erica Daniels to a conference in Houston by promising to consider her for their upcoming mission establishing the first moon base Instead her archrival and ex lover David Marsh gets the plum assignment while she’s sent to Antarctica to lead a new team beneath the ice An irritating British archaeologist and a brilliant Russian astrophysicist join her on a journey through unforgiving snowscapes and mysterious ice tunnels They present her with extraordinary suggestions for. 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 definitely inadeuate and the end result is a novel which is boring and irritating at the same time One of its many annoyances is the eyes fetish permeating the writing For each and every person appearing in the book no matter how insignificant their eyes are described The reader is constantly bombarded with startling sea green eyes mahogany eyes intriguing mossy eyes almond shaped eyes hazel eyes slate gray eyes and eyes that had a Medusa uality that had made Cathy shiver than on

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Summary ☆ Ice Tomb 105 characters Ice Tomb Magination which is why I've re released it as a 99 cent fun read rather than serious thought provoking SF EnjoyTop Pick“Ice Tomb is set in the near future and the science in the fiction is very plausible A fast paced story with plenty of twists this book reads like a classic sci fi tale The characters are well drawn the action plentiful and the outcome surprising”– RT BOOKclub MagazineEditor’s Pick“She may be a new kid on the science fiction block but Ottawa writer Deborah Jackson could well rank up there one day with the likes of Isaac Asimov or Arthur C Clarke”“Ice Tomb is surprising not just for its entirely believable plot and well crafted suspense but because it has all the earmarks of a tale written by a sci fi master”– Mike Gillespie The Ottawa Citiz. 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

  • Kindle Edition
  • 328
  • Ice Tomb
  • Deborah Jackson
  • English
  • 11 March 2020
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