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The Icerigger Trilogy: Icerigger, Mission to Moulokin, and The Deluge Drivers

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Stranded on a frozen and remote planet, Ethan Frome Fortune searches for a way back to civilization

Icy, desolate, and sharply carved by hurricane-force winds, Tran-ky-ky is a terrible place to crash-land. But a botched kidnapping aboard the interstellar transport Antares sends Ethan Frome Fortune and a handful of his fellow travelers tumbling toward the stormy planet. Str
ebook, 926 pages
Published September 11th 2012 by Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy (first published December 1st 1995)
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Chris Jags
Mission to Moulokin, the second entry in this series, is an enormously nostalgic book for me. I found a battered old copy in a garage sale when I was about waist-high, and I hoped it would be like my favorite film at the time, Star Wars. I read it, became captivated by the idea of the medieval ice world and its strange flora and fauna, and wound up loving it.

In any case, having lost my copy many, many years back, I was thrilled to pick this trilogy up recently for Kindle and to read Moulokin aga
Gabriel Pagan
He wouldn't get away with portraying overweight women like that in a modern book. Other than that, not a bad juvenile adventure book with sci-fi elements
Occasionally predictable, but a pretty solid set of plotlines that are entertaining enough for a second read.
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