Ninth Cycle Antarctica : Rossler Foundation Mystery Thrillers

  • by J C Ryan
  • Narrated by William Andre Gensburger
  • Series: Rossler Foundation Mystery Thrillers
  • 9 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Was there a human civilization in Antarctica in the past? Will we ever know?
In November 2002, a special US Navy SEAL team is sent to Antarctica to locate and rescue a film crew that has become lost. No trace of them is found, except for film footage of strange artifacts buried under the ice. Everyone who saw the film is warned to never talk about what they have seen - ever again.
More than a decade later in Boulder, Colorado, Professor Charles Summers is intrigued by the discovery of a 16th century map showing the coastline of Antarctica so accurately, that when NASA investigates the maps, they find that they must update their own current maps! But this map predates any record of the discovery of Antarctica by 300 years!
Who drew those maps and when?
Did they see Antarctica without its icecap?
Did humans live on Antarctica before?
But, Antarctica has been under its icecap for 200 million years!
Is it possible that beneath the ice we will find the remains of an impossibly ancient civilization? The Rossler Foundation arranges an expedition to Antarctica to search for evidence of such a civilization. The Orion Society immediately mobilizes their resources to infiltrate the expedition. Will their treachery and hunger for power stop this expedition from reaching its goals?
Is there an ancient city under the ice of Antarctica?
Ninth Cycle Antarctica is the second book in the Rossler Foundation Series, it is a full-length audiobook, a stimulating thriller about an attempt at uncovering true human history in the face of adversity. This adventure takes listeners back into the mysteries of the Rossler Foundation, which began with JC Ryan's best-selling audiobook The Tenth Cycle.

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Not Worth It

I found the "Ninth Cycle Antarctica" to be a bit slow and not very compelling. About 3/4 of the way through, the book started to pick up but as quickly as it got interesting, it ended anti-climatically with clear intentions of there being another book in the series. I don't prefer to read a second book just to get an ending to the first book I read so I won't be reading on. That said, the narration was quite good.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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- Tad B.

Unique and suspenseful

I liked this story but was a bit lost at first. Some parts of the story didn't make sense to me but I was still able to enjoy most of the story. Narration was well done!

*This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*
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- mandy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-05-2017
  • Publisher: JC Ryan