A Dream of Ice

A Dream of Ice

Book - 2015
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From Gillian Anderson, star of the X-Files , and New York Times bestselling coauthor Jeff Rovin comes the second book in the thrilling paranormal series Earthend Saga that began with A Vision of Fire , which Marie Claire called "addictive!"

After uncovering a mystical link to the ancient civilization of Galderkhaan, child psychologist Caitlin O'Hara is left with strange new powers. Suddenly she can heal her young patients with her mind and see things from other places and other times. But as she learns more about her powers, she also realizes that someone is watching her, perhaps hunting her--and using her son to do it.

Meanwhile Mikel Jasso, a field agent for a mysterious research organization, is searching for Galderkhaani ruins in Antarctica. After falling down a crevasse, he discovers the entire city has been preserved under ice and that the mysterious stone artifacts he's been collecting are not as primitive as he thought. As Mikel and Caitlin work to uncover the mysteries of the Galderkhaani, they realize that the person hunting Caitlin and the stones may be connected in ways they never knew possible.

"Fans of Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child will find a lot to like" ( Publishers Weekly ) in the Earthend Saga, and this latest adventure is sure to leave you gasping for breath as Caitlin races against time to save what's dearest to her heart.
Publisher: New York :, Simon451,, 2015
Edition: First Simon451 hardcover edition
ISBN: 9781476776552
Call Number: SF ANDERSON
Characteristics: xix, 279 pages ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Rovin, Jeff - Author


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Mar 03, 2018

It is a good stand alone book due to the background references, but is much better if you have read the first one, well first. The tone is set by that one, and you still care about the characters in this one even though Ben is pushed more to the back burner. Can't say anymore because I don't want to blow the ending, but it's worth it, and a good bridge between book one and three.

Jan 15, 2016

In my random way I find I read series works sometimes from the middle or the last work back. This reveals interesting story development perspective. Completely enjoyable for the truly random readers out there... . Great work, on to book #1


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Mar 03, 2018

jeff1885 thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over


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