Beneath the Ice

Beneath the Ice

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by Alton Gansky
     
 

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At the bottom of the world lies a secret: a mysterious object buried three miles beneath the Antarctic ice. Famed engineer Perry Sachs and his crew are assigned an impossible excavating job in the middle of the polar winter. Facing subzero temperatures, shifting ice, and the opposition of men determined to erase all knowledge of the expedition, Sachs and his team

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At the bottom of the world lies a secret: a mysterious object buried three miles beneath the Antarctic ice. Famed engineer Perry Sachs and his crew are assigned an impossible excavating job in the middle of the polar winter. Facing subzero temperatures, shifting ice, and the opposition of men determined to erase all knowledge of the expedition, Sachs and his team go where no human has gone before. There, they discover an enigma-one that may change the way the world looks at life. . .and faith. Author Alton Gansky presents a fast-moving, smart suspense thriller that's a perfect follow-up to ""A Treasure Deep.

When Perry Sachs, engineer/archelogist, takes a team to Antartica, he discovers secrets lurking beneath the ice, he is unaware of its full impact or of the forces intent upon reaching it. Finds an artifact hidden for thousands of years.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044260474
Publisher:
Alton Gansky
Publication date:
12/31/2012
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
385 KB

Meet the Author

Alton Gansky is the author of over 40 published books. He has penned nearly 30 novels and written several nonfiction books. He has taught hundreds of writers across the nation. A former minister, Gansky often writes from a biblical world view. www.altongansky.com

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Beneath the Ice 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this one a lot
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am from Alaska so it was nice to read a book with lots of ice and snow. I could feel the chill it was that believable. The characters however were a bit forced and the plot was just ridiculous. But the story moved along and kept me interested. It was sometimes difficult to know who was talking and their personalities seemed paper thin. But I liked the story. I like the author. I've never read anything else of his before this book. I will try him again but not any of his earlier works. I hope he got the kinks out in this book and writes better next time.