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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White light blasted his eyes and he fell back , eyes running , and fumbled on sunglasses before looking out again . ... Here and there the sheer face of a black cliff , but everything else covered in what looked like a coat of whipped ...
He was looking down at the trash ice . “ No , ' she said in his ear , surprising herself . She never talked about this . ' No , I had a brother . But he died . ' He nodded ; looked at her briefly . Looked back down at the ice .
She looked over at him , saw he was on the hovercraft , and pulled wearily over to the dock . X crossed the broad section of panelling he had made into a gangplank , and helped her to get the stricken man on board .
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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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