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Beyond The Ice Limit: 4 Paperback – 23 February 2018
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Gideon Crew races to destroy an extraterrestrial organism that has embedded itself in the sea bed and threatens the very existence of humankind.
NOTHING BUT SEA, ICE AND UNFETTERED STORMS.
BUT TWO MILES DOWN, SOMETHING IS STIRRING.
Five years ago, Eli Glinn led a mission to recover a 25,000-ton meteorite – the largest ever discovered – from a remote island off the coast of South America. It ended in disaster when their ship foundered and broke apart in a vicious storm.
But now, two miles down in dark Antarctic waters, something is growing. A vast, grotesque structure is simultaneously reaching up towards the waves and burrowing deep into the sea floor. Eli Glinn's worst fear has been realised. He has no choice but to return to the Southern Ocean and attempt to annihilate an entity that threatens the existence of the planet.
But, as he will discover, the entity has no intention of going quietly.
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- Publisher : Head of Zeus GB (23 February 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 384 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1786692074
- ISBN-13 : 978-1786692078
- Dimensions : 19.7 x 2.5 x 12.9 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 79,070 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- 906 in Technothrillers (Books)
- 9,617 in Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Action Fiction (Books)
- 11,921 in Suspense Thrillers (Books)
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However, the formula is no longer novel and we want content.
This tries, it really does, but for some reason, the dreadful lack of technical understanding on display here ruins the aspects that were so enjoyable in TIL, and the new, science-fictiony stuff, well, let’s say that few people who don’t routinely write science fiction write it well when they try.
The first of the novels involving Gideon Crew that I’ve read, I think it will be the last. To be honest, the last from these authors, I think. “Riptide” was bad enough, but this has ruined a book in TIL that I did enjoy.
Since it fulfils the “light and easy, no effort” criterion, I don’t think it deserves just one star, but it doesn’t merit more than two.
Good fun, brilliantly gruesome in places it had me feeling quite queasy at times!
Recommended to all Preston/Child fans and for those who want something pacy, clever and gripping all in equal measure.