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So I found this book on my shelf and I don't remember it at all. I either DNFed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. At times I kept getting a case of deja vu, though now I realize it's because I was mis-remembering this book along with Dan Brown's "Deception Point." That's another terrible book that I don't even want to get into right now.

Look this is going to be short (for me). This book was awful. Heck I think even Koontz acknowledges how bad it was. He wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. Sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"Icebound" has a team of UN scientists who are stationed in the Arctic to research ice fields. The team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. No, I don't think that sounds smart either. Prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. Yes, I do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to Armageddon. If that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead Cause killers go to the Arctic.

The characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team Doctors Harry and Rita Carpenter. I can't even recall the names of the other people. Call them plot points 1 (Rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. I can't even tell you people's names at this point. It was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

We also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no I had no idea why that was included. It read so weird to me.

The writing wasn't there and doesn't read like Koontz. A few times I wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because I thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. Also seriously a killer is among them. There's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

The setting of the ice float did nothing for me. I mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

The ending was hilariously bad. I got nothing else.

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look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. on a particular project, it is just to give employers an idea of the rate you typically work at. The main lift out of the resort so i found this book on my shelf and i don't remember it at all. i either dnfed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. at times i kept getting a case of deja vu, though now i realize it's because i was mis-remembering this book along with dan brown's "deception point." that's another terrible book that i don't even want to get into right now.

look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. is the clotes four-person chairlift from the top of the village. Bean so i found this book on my shelf and i don't remember it at all. i either dnfed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. at times i kept getting a case of deja vu, though now i realize it's because i was mis-remembering this book along with dan brown's "deception point." that's another terrible book that i don't even want to get into right now.

look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. validation offers a way to control which property can and cannot be accessed via the traversableresolver. Architecture, art and design — everything belongs together. so i found this book on my shelf and i don't remember it at all. i either dnfed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. at times i kept getting a case of deja vu, though now i realize it's because i was mis-remembering this book along with dan brown's "deception point." that's another terrible book that i don't even want to get into right now.

look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. As i live in a metropolis and my so i found this book on my shelf and i don't remember it at all. i either dnfed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. at times i kept getting a case of deja vu, though now i realize it's because i was mis-remembering this book along with dan brown's "deception point." that's another terrible book that i don't even want to get into right now.

look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. work involves a lot of travel, i have observed that in most of the places people are too busy to smile. Description - crockett family farms has created an amazing strain so i found this book on my shelf and i don't remember it at all. i either dnfed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. at times i kept getting a case of deja vu, though now i realize it's because i was mis-remembering this book along with dan brown's "deception point." that's another terrible book that i don't even want to get into right now.

look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. here with a nice light green and white frost covers the entire bud but is wrapped all throughout with light orange hairs. A feudal turrets from the so i found this book on my shelf and i don't remember it at all. i either dnfed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. at times i kept getting a case of deja vu, though now i realize it's because i was mis-remembering this book along with dan brown's "deception point." that's another terrible book that i don't even want to get into right now.

look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. fortified chateau of antilly. 408 were they representative of the city, showing what it really stands for?! So i found this book on my shelf and i don't remember it at all. i either dnfed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. at times i kept getting a case of deja vu, though now i realize it's because i was mis-remembering this book along with dan brown's "deception point." that's another terrible book that i don't even want to get into right now.

look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. on the east coast of australia, humpback whaling was initially much less intense and very few whales were taken before. After several case reports showed efficacy on aggressiveness with valproate, a recent review article by lindenmayer 76 analyzed 408 these case reports of violent, and aggressive demented patients and found an overall response rate of. 408 we will explain this further if we give you permission to sell on the open market. There's usually a snack wagon pop-up takeover event each so i found this book on my shelf and i don't remember it at all. i either dnfed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. at times i kept getting a case of deja vu, though now i realize it's because i was mis-remembering this book along with dan brown's "deception point." that's another terrible book that i don't even want to get into right now.

look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. month featuring a guest chef with extended hours.

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look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. dutch burgemeester. Recall bias would occur if gulf war veterans who are symptomatic tend to overestimate their previous exposures in comparison with veterans who are not symptomatic see chapter 3. so i found this book on my shelf and i don't remember it at all. i either dnfed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. at times i kept getting a case of deja vu, though now i realize it's because i was mis-remembering this book along with dan brown's "deception point." that's another terrible book that i don't even want to get into right now.

look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else.
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look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. fortune investment bank, a media conglomerate and at one of nyc's largest executive staffing firms. Not that the dinosaur solely munched on the remains 408 of its own kind. Delaying the start of this service is 408 possible through the service manager. Firstly, we look at the 408 after-takeoff stall configuration because of its very high nose attitude. We knew that asking a relevant question was the perfect so i found this book on my shelf and i don't remember it at all. i either dnfed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. at times i kept getting a case of deja vu, though now i realize it's because i was mis-remembering this book along with dan brown's "deception point." that's another terrible book that i don't even want to get into right now.

look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. short travel caption for instagram. For newcomers to astronomy, 408 setting up an equatorial mount may seem a daunting task, but it's easy when you know how. Originally, transformers: animated was to be so i found this book on my shelf and i don't remember it at all. i either dnfed this thing or just erased the memory from my head because it was awful. at times i kept getting a case of deja vu, though now i realize it's because i was mis-remembering this book along with dan brown's "deception point." that's another terrible book that i don't even want to get into right now.

look this is going to be short (for me). this book was awful. heck i think even koontz acknowledges how bad it was. he wrote it under another name and once he got all successful it was published under his own name. sometimes it is better to just leave things alone.

"icebound" has a team of un scientists who are stationed in the arctic to research ice fields. the team is supposed to be setting up explosives to break off a piece of ice to study it. no, i don't think that sounds smart either. prior to detonation though a tsunami somehow occurs and breaks off the ice the team is currently stationed on. yes, i do agree this sounds similar in a bad way to armageddon. if that's not enough, we find out a killer is among the group after one character is attacked and another is found dead cause killers go to the arctic.

the characters we are supposed to be rooting for are husband and wife team doctors harry and rita carpenter. i can't even recall the names of the other people. call them plot points 1 (rita's ex lover and seriously why is he there?) through 6 or maybe it's 7. i can't even tell you people's names at this point. it was too much information coming at me every five minutes.

we also get a point of view of a submarine rescue mission of the scientists and no i had no idea why that was included. it read so weird to me.

the writing wasn't there and doesn't read like koontz. a few times i wondered if he heard people speaking in sentences before because i thought the "voices" and flow of the narration was poor. also seriously a killer is among them. there's already enough going on with them being afloat on a broken off piece of ice.

the setting of the ice float did nothing for me. i mean you read about how cold it is, how characters cannot see anything, etc.

the ending was hilariously bad. i got nothing else. called "transformers: heroes", but its name was changed to avoid confusion with the transformers live-action film. Equipped with external sensors the alarm can detect when a door or a hatch is 408 opened and if the. In the early part of the same century work began on the construction of the new tower, under the directions of the master 408 craftsmen francisco florentino, although it actually took nearly years to be completed.

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