Book Reviews of Thunder of Erebus

Thunder of Erebus
Thunder of Erebus
Author: Payne Harrison
ISBN-13: 9780804108775
ISBN-10: 0804108773
Publication Date: 2/22/1993
Pages: 497
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.

3.1 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Ivy Books / Crown Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Payne Harrison writes this from the perspective of both sides as they are racing toward new technology to save an oil-starved 21st century. The technowar is compelling at times, other times frightening. I think once you read one of Harrison's books, you'll be wanting more. I couldn't put it down when I first read it. It's a different style but highly addictive!
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Helpful Score: 1
Great potential WWIII book. The US finds a rare mineral at the South Pole and the Soviets need it. War breaks out in Antartica. The story follows submarine crews, fighter pilots, scientists, and military units toward an explosive finish.
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Action is non-stop
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From the Publisher
After the Cold War, in the not-too-distant future, the United States and the new Soviet Confederation come together on a joint mission in the frozen wastes of Antarctica. But deep beneath the glaciers lies a devastating discovery destined to shatter the fragile peace between East and West. And now, the coldest place on Earth is about to know the heat of the apocalyptic confrontation that neither America nor Russia ever dreamed could truly happen . . .