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4.33  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  3 reviews
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Published May 25th 2020
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Clare O'Beara
When I have previously read about La Palma erupting in a disaster novel, I've been shown the massive slide expected into the Atlantic and the resulting tsunami which hits the coast of North America. Astonishingly this tale of the Canaries never even looks across the ocean. Presumably the devastation is equal to that facing western Europe. I'm charmed by the inclusion, but not delighted by the wipeout of Ireland's bustling prosperity by the end of this tale. That's not giving anything away, as th ...more
Aug 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A terrifying global apocalyptic phenomenon drives Brennan’s chilling first installment in Iceapelago series.

Ros and Simon Rodriquez, the twin brothers and Spanish research students, are the first ones to spot the initial signs of volcanic activity in an area hitherto dormant in La Palma. In the Summit Station in Greenland, Lars Brun has just started using an innovative tracking device to determine the flow of surface meltwater as it cascades through the glacier’s crevasses to sea level. When Pr
Jun 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Iceapelago is a book I couldn't put down, which was wonderful except when it meant I had to keep the light on until the wee hours. I gobbled it up in a few days. If you like to nod off to sleep gently after a few pages of Louisa May Alcott this is not for you. If you prefer a read that will keep you pleading with yourself for "just one more chapter" then this is the one. It read like a screenplay and this may very well end up on the big screen before too long. ...more
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