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City Beneath the Ice

The Eden Series, Book 6
Narrated by: Steven Miller
Series: The Atlantis, Book 4
Length: 6 hrs and 50 mins
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Summary

In Antarctica, a massive column made of an unknown composite rises from the ice. It’s a gateway to a world beneath the ice where an ancient city of incredible technology exists. It is also the final arena where three elite combat units seek out the holy grail of global power.

With global tensions rising, mankind races to gain the scepter of rule by attaining a weapon of mass destruction so great, it could cause an extinction event. 

As the Americans, Russians, and Chinese all compete for this weapon, these representative groups of mankind will enter a hellish world that will determine if man truly has the right to continue as a species or be extinguished, once and for all.

In a fight for survival, John Savage and Alyssa Moore realize the dark power of the city beneath the ice and work to destroy the artifact before it’s misused to destroy all of mankind. But they’re against significant odds from teams who want the weapon for military applications, including the Americans. 

Will they be able to fend off the units in time to destroy the weapon? Or will the weapon finally destroy mankind?

©2019 Rick Jones (P)2020 Rick Jones

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A Great Book

My first book by this author and I loved it, a fast paced, exciting well written book with a fabulous ending that begs for a sequel. The narrator was excellent, clearly spoken with distinct differences for each character making him a pleasure to listen to

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  • cora
  • 03-02-20

Exciting

I like this book because it was very graphic, I could listen and picture the ice, the journey and everything else. It kept my attention, from beginning to end. I would recommend this book, yes I would. Thank you to the author, and the narrator, excellent job.