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Terminal Freeze

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A breathtaking discovery at the top of the world . . .A terrifying collision between modern science and Native American legend . . . An electrifying new thriller from New York Times bestselling author Lincoln Child.Two hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle lies Alaska's Federal Wildlife Zone, one of the most remote and inhospitable places on Earth. But for paleoecologist Evan Marshall and a small group of fellow scientists, an expedition to the Zone represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study the effects of global warming. Everything about the expedition changes, however, with an astonishing find. On a routine exploration of a glacial ice cave, the group discovers an enormous ancient animal, encased in solid ice. The media conglomerate sponsoring their research immediately intervenes and arranges the ultimate spectacle the creature will be cut from the ice, thawed, and revealed live on television. Despite dire warnings from the local Native American village, and the scientific concerns of Marshall and his team, the docudrama plows ahead . . . until the scientists make one more horrifying discovery. The beast is no regular specimen it may be an ancient killing machine. And they may be premature in believing it dead.In this riveting new thriller, Lincoln Child weaves together a stunning Arctic landscape, a terrifying mythic creature, and a pervasive mood of chaos and fear. With Terminal Freeze, Child demonstrates why he has become a major bestselling author, and why his novels electrify and enthrall so many.



  • While I wouldn't go as far as calling it top-notch, I gotta admit that I had a good time with it and am glad I splurged on the audiobook. Personally, I reckon Child could have fleshed out the characters a bit more and the plot was a tad all over the place. Nevertheless, I thoroughly enjoyed tuning in to this one and it kept me engaged throughout.
  • I gotta be honest, I was a bit let down by this one. It felt like there were way too many similarities to Preston/Child's Relic (which, let's face it, is one of the top dogs in this genre). The plot was pretty much the same, and while the characters were there, they just weren't as fleshed out. On the bright side, Scott Brick did his usual stellar job with the narration.
  • Lincoln Child was facing a severe case of writer's block when he wrote this subpar science fiction novel. As an avid reader of all his previous works, including his collaborations with Douglas Preston, I can confidently say that they were all gripping and captivating. However, 'Terminal Freeze' fails to live up to the high standards set by his previous books, with its weak plot and uninteresting characters. The protagonists, who unintentionally find themselves in the path of the monster, fail to evoke any emotion or interest from both the survivors and the reader. The "monster" itself is a ridiculous and unclear entity, leaving readers questioning its existence. The book concludes with a completely absurd ending that would have been somewhat salvaged if all the characters had met their demise. Nonetheless, we can forgive one misstep from Lincoln Child, considering his overall track record. I would still rate him highly, with a 4+ rating, particularly for his exceptional work in 'Deep Storm'.
  • This audiobook made me look forward to my daily commute. It gave interesting characters and fast action. The storyline was great. The reader (Scott Brick) is one of my favourite audiobook readers and is excellent. Excellent story, excellent reader. A+
  • Terminal Freeze was a fast paced thrill ride from cover to cover. It gave an implausible scenario credibility, and kept me listening on the edge of my (car) seat. The hour long drive to work seemed to speed by. I loved it!! For anyone who reads or listens to Clive Cussler this is a must have.
  • Great book! I recommend. !!!!!!!! An auhor Ive followed for awhile (but most were wriiten by Douglas Presto/Lincoln Child) This book is very good. Plus Scott Brick is one of my FAV! narrators.