HarperCollins Publishers Limited, 1997 - 414 sider
When the treaty protecting Antarctica from profiteers is about to dissolve--sending politicians and corporations scrambling to plunder its resources--a radical environmental group embarks on a campaign of sabotage to protect the land's pristine beauty.
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By an unhappy twist of fate , the glacier they had chosen to climb , the Axel Heiberg , turned out to be one of the steepest and most broken glacial ramps to the polar plateau in all the Transantarctics . Its upper section rose eight ...
They were tired , and the crux of their entire trek would be in tomorrow's climb ; and camped right under the slope the foreshortening ... I climbed the first hour with my flashlight hanging from my teeth so I could use both hands .
It was slow work , and hot and cold in turns , depending on whether they were making adrenalated climbing moves or standing around stamping their feet waiting for the others to do the same . Even the smartfabrics were not up to that ...
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I was all ready to give this book 3 stars, until the actual story ended and the author decided to lecture us for the next 150 pages. It left me "cold". Læs hele anmeldelsen
LibraryThing ReviewBrugeranmeldelse - asha.leu - LibraryThing
On paper, 'Antarctica' looked like the sort of book I could really enjoy. A near-future political thriller and climate change treatise set on a continent I've long been fascinated by, written by an ... Læs hele anmeldelsen
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