Cold Energy : Alex Cave

  • by James M. Corkill
  • Narrated by Paul J. McSorley
  • Series: Alex Cave
  • 10 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Geology instructor Alex Cave receives the urgent message from a friend in Northern Canada. "The polar ice sheet is mysteriously expanding by thousands of square miles in a matter of minutes!"
He begins a desperate race to find the cause, and joins the crew on board the high-tech research ship Mystic, but Captain Dieter has other plans for the stealthy craft and changes course to an unknown island in the Bering Sea. Dieter expects to find a horde of treasure stashed by the Nazis near the end of WWII, but what Alex discovers is even more incredible than he could ever imagine.
The ice sheet continues expanding at an alarming rate, trapping anything in its path, and will cover the planet in a matter of days! Can Alex find a way to stop the world from entering a new ice age?

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Customer Reviews

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Adventure! Suspense! Excitement!

What did you love best about Cold Energy?

Good book. Kept me entertained throughout the entire book.


Who was your favorite character and why?

As with the first book, Alex Cave is the man!


What about Paul J. McSorley’s performance did you like?

Paul did a great job with the first book in this series and with 'Cold Energy' he did not disappoint!


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Lots of excitement. The book will keep you on edge throughout.


Any additional comments?

Great Series, great book and can't wait for book 3!

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- Mike

Another fine adventure!

Cold Energy is definitely an excellent sequel to Dead Energy! It does a great job continuing some of the plot elements from the first book, while having a well-defined storyline of its own. Each of the main characters are again very likeable, while villainous characters keep you guessing as to what they're up to next. As with book 1, Cold Energy reminds me of the action-adventure style of the early works of Michael Crichton, with details that hint at deeper technical and geological understanding. But, happily, the reader is never bogged down by those details as her/she enjoys the narrative.
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- ChesterGreenBird

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-23-2017
  • Publisher: James M. Corkill