Thirst PDF ñ Paperback

❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Thirst Author L.A. Larkin – Qqpkv1.me 'The best Antarctic thriller since Ice Station' James PhelanAntarctica is the coldest most isolated place on earth Luke Searle maverick glaciologist has made it his home But soon his survival skills wPDF Epub Thirst Author LA Larkin pkv1me 'The best Antarctic thriller since Ice Station' James PhelanAntarctica is the coldest most isolated place on earth Luke Searle maverick glaciologist has made it his home But soon h

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Thirst PDF ñ Paperback Thriller author LA Larkin has been described by James Phelan as ‘a world class thriller writer’ and likened to Michael Crichton by The Guardian and to Alistair MacLean by The Times Her new novel PREY reintroduces the feisty and resourceful investigative journalist Olivia Wolfe who was described by Sue Turnbull in The Age as ‘a new breed of female heroine bounding into the hitherto masculin.

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  • Brenda

    Thirst PDF ñ Paperback thirst free, Thirst ePUBMac and Dave were in the throes of packing up at the crevasse where they’d been working – they were looking forward to getting back to Hope Station the Australian base Winter was settling in and most of the engineers and scientists had left Antarctica for the season; there would only be eight of them left on base for the durationLuke Searle had lived on the base for around seven years going home to Melbourne only occasionally He loved the research; as a glaciologist he could appreciate the beauty of the ice and the colours of the glaciers But he respected the countryside as well – fully aware of how dangerous it could be Maddie was team leader and though she and Luke clashed at times – usually over his stubborn refusal to obe


  • Tez

    Thirst PDF ñ Paperback thirst free, Thirst ePUBI blame Cassandra Rose Clarke Ever since I read and thoroughly enjoyed Our Lady of the Ice and short story White Out I've wanted Antarctic fiction Jennifer Longo's Up to This Pointe is on my wishlist by the wayAnd so I stumbled upon Thirst a standalone novel by British Australian author L A Larkin Glaciologist Luke Searle is in for the fight of his life when a sinister plot unravels on the ice with catastrophic results for the entire world unless Luke can stop itI don't read many thrillers nowadays especially ones that put countries against each other Think James Bond In this case the baddie is Chinese and his father the General is even of a baddie Circa page 320 there's a flashback to a pre rape scene so you may want to skip those few pages Wendy Woo is a great heroine but she's relegated to only the odd chapter h


  • Empress Reece (Hooked on Books)

    Thirst PDF ñ Paperback thirst free, Thirst ePUB35 starsThis isn't the best Antarctic thriller I've read but it was a decent read I enjoyed being swept up in the


  • Michael

    Thirst PDF ñ Paperback thirst free, Thirst ePUBThis review originally found on my blog the harsh environment of the Antarctic the people of Hope Station are been hunted down Glaciologist Luke Searle has to fight for survival against a mercenary that will win at any cost while trying to prevent an environmental disaster He only has 5 days to fix this can he stay alive long enough Does he really know what he is going up against LA Larkin’s Thirst is an Eco Thriller set in one of the harshest environments known to manThirst is a fast paced novel that will suck you right in with its constant suspense and the unpredictable elements within this book The harsh setting of Antarctica and the sense of solitude and danger really helped drive this book and became my favourite element of this book But there was something in the book that really didn’t sit well with me This book has one of my Literary Bête Noires in it; t


  • P.D. Martin

    Thirst PDF ñ Paperback thirst free, Thirst ePUBThis is the first work I've read by LA Larkin and I was impressed from the first page to the last There were lots of things to like about Thirst but most importantly it was a page turner a book that kept me wanting to come back for I also really enjoyed the setting of Antarctica Although I’ve never been there I felt that Larkin captured the environment incredibly well particularly the feeling of penetrating cold and the sense of complete isolationFinally I liked the way Larkin intertwined a tight story with a stronger relevant message of global warming It wasn’t ‘hit you over the head’ or preachy but the underlying environmental messages created yet another great layer


  • Lauren K

    Thirst PDF ñ Paperback thirst free, Thirst ePUB35 starsAustralian female crime writer LA Larkin has cut through the hard as ice male dominated genre with her second thriller Thirst Set in Antarctica and featuring an Australian research team I appreciate Larkin using characters from our shores who are toughing it out in an exotic location one of the most untouched regions of the worldRecluse glaciologist Luke Searle tends to clash with his team leader Maddie because his strengths don’t lie in working as a team or following direction Most of the time Luke gets away with doing whatever he likes because he is the most knowledgeable and skilled research scientist at the station But when two men from their team are found murdered the remaining six members of Hope Station the Australian team must band together to escape this icy continent aliveThe expect


  • Vicki Tyley

    Thirst PDF ñ Paperback thirst free, Thirst ePUB “Snow algae Look at the colours the pink algae the white ice the blue sky – it’s breathtaking It’s untouched Antarctica is like the Garden of Eden before man cocked it up” – ThirstThe blurb doesn’t do this impressive environmental thriller justice Based on that alone I probably wouldn’t have picked up this book So thank you to everyone who recommended itThis action packed thriller has it all a uniue setting fast pace engaging characters especially Maddie and Luke a high body count understated sexual tension and penguins I’d even go as far as to say it’s heart pounding – mine certainly was at timesThirst is both entertaining and informative What makes it even compelling is that the scenario is terrifyin


  • Peter Mccloud

    Thirst PDF ñ Paperback thirst free, Thirst ePUBI was lucky enough to get hold of a first proof copy of LA Larkin's awesome Antarctic thriller Thirst I can see why it is described as 'The best Antarctic thriller since Ice Station' The action hooks you in from the very start the setting is breath taking the characters are complex and Luke Searle the hero Maddie Wildman the station leader Wendy Woo the daughter of a murdered tailor and the adversary all go on character journeys that make them intrigui


  • Kathryn

    Thirst PDF ñ Paperback thirst free, Thirst ePUBA very clever idea Reads a bit like a Matthew Reilly very fast paced I'll be looking out for books by LA Larkin


  • Hazel Edwards

    Thirst PDF ñ Paperback thirst free, Thirst ePUBExtremely fast paced thriller with thoroughly researched Antarctic details 'Thirst' relates to ice eco politics and Chinese attempts to illegally harvest ice and militarily strategic minerals from Antarctica Last month I enjoyed 'Devour' by LA Larkin who is an extremely accomplished plotter but for character involvement and plot twists I prefer 'Thirst' which is her earlier book in the growing genre of 'Antarctic Noir' Glaciologist Luke is an adventurous hero with flaws and Station Leader Maddie is well drawn too Russian Vitaly occurs in both books and probably deserves his own series Definite filmic potential Since I've been on an Antarctic expedition as writer I really enjoyed Larkin's au


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