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A door in the ice is discovered in the middle of nowhere in Antarctica.

And it just opened…

The Ice Chasm – Ebook

A door in the ice is discovered in the middle of nowhere in Antarctica.

And it just opened…

Hidden beneath a sheet of ice, Draconis Industries has been working on a powerful new technology.

Harvey Bennett and his new team are sent in to shut them down, but what they find inside is far more sinister than they could have imagined.

Worst of all, an army of Chinese soldiers — hoping to get their hands on the tech — are at their heels.

The Ice Chasm is the third installment of the fast-paced sci-fi thriller that will have you clinging to the edge of your seat. It is a nonstop, action-packed technothriller about artificial intelligence, the unending push toward scientific discovery, corporate conspiracies, and the human condition.

Enjoy it as a standalone novel, or as a continuation of the series! If you like James Rollins, Dan Brown, and Clive Cussler then you will love the whole Harvey Bennett Thrillers Series.

303 reviews for The Ice Chasm - Ebook

  1. DaveB.

    This is the second Harvey Bennet book I have read (actually listened to – Audible) and it was the better of the two. Ben and his team seem to always manage to find themselves in impossible situations only to be saved at the last minute by someone on the “other side” who changes alliances. In this case, it was a guy who was to be locked into a container to become part of a plot to create an artificial intelligence powered by hundreds of living human brains. Sounds far out and probably is, but hey, this is fiction so we deal with it.It seems like the author takes a really long time getting to the source of the trouble. There is a lot of time spent going from place to place and while this is probably how many quests actually are, it makes for less than exciting reading. I liked this book but didn’t love it. This is the second Harvey Bennet book I have read (actually listened to – Audible) and it was the better of the two. Ben and his team seem to always manage to find themselves in impossible situations only to be saved at the last minute by someone on the “other side” who changes alliances. In this case, it was a guy who was to be locked into a container to become part of a plot to create an artificial intelligence powered by hundreds of living human brains. Sounds far out and probably is, but hey, this is fiction so we deal with it.It seems like the author takes a really long time getting to the source of the trouble. There is a lot of time spent going from place to place and while this is probably how many quests actually are, it makes for less than exciting reading. I liked this book but didn’t love it.

  2. Tricia

    This book had way too much non-stop action for me. It actually got boring to me towards the end. I realize that many people would not agree with me but that is my personal opinion. Less is more!

  3. Linda

    Set in the Antarctic this is a cool adventure. Building the ultimate computer with a secret design? Adventure non stop.

  4. Bubba Mcchicken

    I enjoyed the story a fast pace and good characters and hard to put it down after I started to read it.

  5. MicahG

    Each book in this series gets better and better. This was a plot twist I didn’t see coming and a satisfying ending. I will say I enjoy that this book doesn’t contain a lot of “fluff” or back story but you may want to make sure you reread the last few chapters of the previous book to remember who all the players are.

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About Nick Thacker

Nick Thacker is the USA Today Bestselling Author of action-adventure thrillers and mysteries, including the Harvey Bennett Thrillers series. Often mentioned as a cross between Clive Cussler and James Rollins, his stories are written in a fast-paced, punchy style.

He lives on a volcano in Hawaii with his wife, two kids, and two dogs.

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