Publish date: March 6th 2007
Publisher: Random House Audio
Edition language: English
So I found this book on my shelf and I don't remember it at all. I either DNFed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. At times I kept getting a case of deja vu, though now I realize it's because I was mis-remembering this book along with Dan Brown's "Deception Point...
Icebound by Dean Koontz I haven't read a Dean Koontz book in a very long time, but he used to be one of my auto-go-to authors when I was still in high school. Back then, my reading appetite was considerably different, but one thing never changed over the years: I love me a good thriller. As is ...
A homage to Alistair MacLean this is not quite as good or quite as interesting as many of his. In a time when water is running out the world turns to the polar ice-caps. In order to harvest this ice they put some bombs under the ice. With 12 hours to go the icesheet they're on breaks into a icebe...
Different, but still very good. I read the updated version. I'll always make room in my TBR old and new.
Not the kind of thing that you'd normally expect from Dean Koontz, but then this was originally published under a pen name. This is a thriller - a tribute to Alistair Maclean and it's done very nicely.This is a book that doesn't really stand still because of the nature of the story it has to move q...
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