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Icefields

Author: Wharton, Thomas

Publisher: Washington Square Press

Format:Paperback
List Price:$18.95
Our Price:$4.99 (74% OFF) USD
Stock:10

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Icefields : At a quarter past three in the afternoon, on August 17, 1898, Doctor Edward Byrne slipped on the ice of Acturus glacier in the Canadian Rockies and slid into a crevasse...

Nearly sixty feet below the surface, Byrne is wedged upside down between the narrowing walls of a chasm, fighting his desire to sleep. The ice in front of him is lit with a pale blue-green radiance. There, embedded in he pure, antediluvian glacier, Byrne sees something that will inextricably link him to the vast bed of ice, and the people who inhabit this strange corner of the world. In this moment, his life becomes a quest to uncover the mystery of the icefield that almost became his tomb.

Within the deceptively simple framework of a tourist guidebook, "Icefields" takes a breathtaking, imaginative look at the human spirit, loss, myth, and elusive truths. Here is an impressive literary landscape, and an expedition unlike any you have ever experienced.


Category   Subject
Fiction   General

ISBN 13:9780671002206
ISBN 10:0671002201
Format:Paperback
Language:English
Pages:274
Size:7.64" l x 4.97" w x 0.74" h
Ages:
Grade Lvl: Non-Classifiable

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