Icebound
Dean Koontz; David Axton
Bantam Books (2000)
In Collection
#10
8*
Paperback 0345419472
A stunning and suspenseful thriller, about humanity's continuous and sometimes futile battle against nature from one of the most popular and bestselling authors in America.

Conducting a strange and urgent experiment of the Arctic icefield, a team of scientists has planted sixty powerful explosive charges that will detonate at midnight. Before they can withdraw to the safety of the base camp, a shattering tidal wave breaks loose the ice on which they are working. Now they are hopelessly marooned on an iceberg during a violent winter storm. The bombs beneath them are buried irretrievable deep . . . and ticking. And they discover that one of them is an assassin with mission of his won. This is classic Koontz.

Product Details
No. of Pages 416
Original Publication Year 2008
Personal Details
Read It Yes (11/28/2008)
Got From.... Cousin
Started Reading 11/20/2008
Links Barnes & Noble
Notes
1 - Terrible ------------2 - Between Terrible & Fair
3 - Fair -----------------4 - Between Fair & Good
5 - Good ---------------6 - Between Good & Very Good
7 - Very good----------8 - Between Very Good & Excellent
9 - Excellent----------10 - Absolutely Fantastic

Rating: 8

Another masterpeice by Dean Koontz. This book was easier to follow than his other books (not that his books are hard to follow), this one just seemed to flow - very easy to read. Even came out with a good ending.