Beneath the Dark Ice by Greig Beck
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Technothriller gun-porn for people who like ancient monsters.
Does it sound like it's up your alley? Then good, this one's pretty decent at what it does. Plenty of action, some political commentary, but what it really has a lot of is super-competence and/or super-powers for its main character.
Alex is a freak of nature thanks to that bullet in his brain. Woo!
Now let's keep him in charge of his team of crack commandos and watch as the scientists they're protecting die in horrible ways deep in the ice. Woo!
Like I said, if this is your cup of tea, it's pretty decent.
If you like more ideas in your SF or you want more magic in your gun-fantasy or if you want sheer terror in your horror, you might want to look a little further afield. This book covers a lot of rather a lot of familiar territory. Even the main characters fit the mold perfectly. There's not a lot of surprises to behold. At all.
But it's Gun-Porn! Woo! It's all about setting the right expectations. :)
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