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Ice Princess (Wanted #2)

3.61 of 5 stars 3.61  ·  rating details  ·  54 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Unlike some sci-fi authors who create settings that are so far-fetched they aren't believable, Halstead writes about a future world that is very real and plausible. The author does an excellent job of exploring how far people will go to ensure their own survival. I thoroughly enjoyed "Ice Princess" and hope the author continues with a 3rd installment! -Kim Dawe

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ebook, 200 pages
Published October 21st 2011 by Novel Concept Publishing LLC (first published September 21st 2011)
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Jul 11, 2012 Katy rated it 5 of 5 stars
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Note: Read and reviewed originally 8/12/11; unsure why it was never posted here, but here you go.

Tanya Kurkova is known as the Ice Princess; a sniper, and someone who is entirely inner-directed,with no emotional investment in those around her . Her companion is Jessie Banks, formerly an actress but now on the run with Tanya. They have arrived in Moab, UT, one of the places which still has some vestiges of civilization after the nuclear bombs, the sickness and economic collapse – they help with h...more
This was a good conclusion to the first wanted storyline but after reading Wanted, this was just way too short. I hope we hear more from the people in this series and that this is not the end of their story. Carl and Tanya should have their own series in my opinion. Anyway, the only complaint I have with this book is that it was so much shorter than Wanted.
Very disappointing. I won't be reading anything more by this author as the sexual tone of the language used when writing about young people in this book and its prequel made me feel uncomfortable. It seemed both unwarranted and jarringly at odds with attitudes supposedly held by the main protagonist.
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Talking about myself in the third person is giving me fits - time to switch this up.

My day job is that of a computer jockey and all the hands on and hands off work that entails. When I leave the office behind I jump into family life (beautiful wife and two obnoxiously cute young children), finding a new way to hurt myself while powerlifting, and writing.

As of just recently I have 35 books publishe...more
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