Humans have always looked to the stars for signs of Extraterrestrials.
They have been looking in the wrong place.
They are already here, entombed in a spaceship beneath Antarctic ice for thousands of years.
The ice is melting and they will soon be free.
A huge rift in the ice is discovered in Antarctica that stretches for 18 miles, (29 km) and 820 feet (250 meters) apart at its widest point.
When environmental scientists enter the ice rift to check out an anomaly on NASA's satellite scans of the area, they discover something far more life threatening than the raging blizzard trapping them in the rift. They are unarmed and unprepared for their ensuing fight for survival.
Ice Rift plot themes:
"An exciting adrenaline rush that rarely lets you stop for a breather."
"The story quickly draws you in and refuses to let go until the last page. An excellent adventure set in Antarctica. 10/10."
"The imaginative mind of the author has produced a thrilling action adventure horror filled with atmosphere and claustrophobic locations. I dreaded each time the characters opened another door. Highly enjoyable read."
"Atmospheric locations and a cleverly written plot full of surprises. Richard was my favourite character. It was easy to imagine myself exploring the spacecraft with them. I liked the way the scientists had no weapons to defend themselves with, but had to rely on their wits to survive. It made a change from the usual gung-ho hero machinegun killing scenarios."
Awesome cast of characters, all well developed and not too many that you get confused. You learn to love and hate each one in turn and become a part of their journey. What I loved best was the growth of the characters. Strong independent Jane had to be the leading lady cause no one else would do. So strong yet learning to let some go, only to discover others waiting. Horrible Richard who had earned a special place in my heart by the end of his journey.
If you love aliens and great characters, you will love this book. If you enjoy movies such as Alien and The Thing, then you will love this book.