Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Terminal Freeze

Terminal Freeze
by Lincoln Child

A SF suspense novel for fans of the original movie The Thing From Another World and the TV show The X-Files. An unknown creature is found in a block of ice in the arctic. Of course the ice thaws, the creature escapes, and a snowstorm strands everyone at the arctic base. Toss in a government conspiracy of silence (this had also happened 50 years earlier), Natives with dire warnings, and an irritating cable network that is only concerned with ratings. A bit on the gory side at times, the final four chapters I found downright scary. Well told -- I couldn't put it down. -- recommended by Charlotte K. - Bennett Martin Public Library

[Also available in book-on-cd [abridged or unabridged], and Large Print formats.][ official Terminal Freeze page on the official Lincoln Child and Douglas Preston web site ]

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