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by Alton Gansky

  • ISBN: 1586606743
  • Category: Christian Books
  • Author: Alton Gansky
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated; 1st edition (April 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 320 pages
  • FB2 size: 1902 kb
  • EPUB size: 1138 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 667
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Alton introduced the character of Perry Sachs in "A Treasure Deep", one of his best novels. Even I was surprised at how good Beneath the Ice was, and I'm a great fan of all Gansky's novels.

Alton introduced the character of Perry Sachs in "A Treasure Deep", one of his best novels. I've read a lot of arctic adventure stories-this is right at the top. Some avid readers of techno-thrillers who like authors like Rollins or Reilly, don't give Gansky a try because he is a minister who weaves Christianity through his books.

Beneath the Ice book. Author Alton Gansky presents a fast-moving, smart suspense thriller that's a perfect follow-up to A Treasure Deep. Famed engineer Perry Sachs and his crew are assigned an impossible excavating job in the middle of the polar winter.

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This, however, is Gansky at a whole new level. When Perry Sachs, t, takes a team to Antartica, he discovers secrets beyond his initial expectations. Although he is aware of something lurking beneath the ice, he is unaware of its full impact or of the forces intent upon reaching it.

Beneath the Ice. Authors: Alton Gansky. Perry bowed his head. He could hear only the sound of the wind whipping around his body and the thundering of his own heart.

Alton Gansky is an American novelist in the Christian fiction genre. Ridgeline Mystery series. Marked for Mercy (1998). Beneath the Ice (2004). He has written 6 non-fiction books and 23 novels, three of which were co-authored with former Army Ranger Jeff Struecker Contents. A Small Dose of Murder (1999). A Treasure Deep (2003). Madison Glenn series.

Each step crunched the ice beneath his boots. The wind rose another notch and pushed against his form. The helicopter had been fifty yards away when he started. I hope you’re kidding, Perry Sachs said. He shifted in his seat, trying to find a way to be comfortable dressed in clothing far thicker and heavier than he was used to wearing. Maybe I should have mentioned this before, Jack Dyson said. You know how shy I am. Perry laughed.

Alton Gansky is an American novelist in the Christian fiction genre

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Beneath the Ice - Alton Gansky. As vice president and senior project manager, Perry had traveled the world for Sachs Engineering, an international construction company founded by his father decades before

Beneath the Ice - Alton Gansky. As vice president and senior project manager, Perry had traveled the world for Sachs Engineering, an international construction company founded by his father decades before. Since 1975 Sachs Engineering had erected buildings and structures across the globe, many for Western governments. Secrecy was a valuable commodity, and Perry’s father, Henry Sachs, knew how to market it. When a situation demanded nontraditional construction-such as underground facilities-Sachs Engineering was often the first called. Perry had never known another job.

At the bottom of the world lies a secret: a mysterious object buried three miles beneath the Antarctic ice. Famed engineer Perry Sachs and his crew face subzero temperatures, shifting ice, and the opposition of men determined to erase all knowledge of the expedition.
Reviews about Beneath the Ice (Perry Sachs Mystery Series #2) (7):
BroWelm
Even I was surprised at how good Beneath the Ice was, and I'm a great fan of all Gansky's novels. I've read a lot of arctic adventure stories--this is right at the top. Some avid readers of techno-thrillers who like authors like Rollins or Reilly, don't give Gansky a try because he is a minister who weaves Christianity through his books. This is a shame, because he tells a great story with plenty of technical detail, great characterization, and a compelling plot. As a Catholic, I think the Christian aspect of his writing is a big plus...but I still think his books are for anyone and everyone. The character of Perry Sachs is a winner. I hope Gansky writes more of these, and expect that he will. Beneath the ice just might be Gansky's best book. The action never stops...there are no loose ends...the ending is very satisfying. What more could you want?
KiddenDan
As an avid reader of found-in-ice stories, I've had this one on my list for quite some time. Unfamiliar with the works of Alton Gansky, I just read the whole thing. It ain't half bad!

It reads like a movie script, and is nicely paced. Some characters I like, others are quite one-dimensional and will throw jokes or be in-your-face under any sort of circumstances. I found the idea of the underground religion-esque told-through-generations angle quite appealing, but in the end sadly a bit under-used and at times misused.

In the end, the book is a great example of how a mediocre story still could make for a great read. I wouldn't read it again, but I'm glad I did.
Kanal
Alton introduced the character of Perry Sachs in "A Treasure Deep", one of his best novels. Now Perry returns with another excavation--but this time the climate isn't quite as cooperative! Something has been found under the Antartic ice, and it could mean trouble! Just like "Treasure", the mystery continues to unfold about what's down there until they reach it. Again, we see the clues that keep us off balance and unsure of what they've truly found until well into the book. The elements for a great story are here, and I welcome the return of Perry Sachs and his crew.
There is the added element of a possible assassin being in the group. This is used to build a good amount of tension, and I liked the way the suspicion flowed around them. The action starts strong and really never slows down. Every time you think you can relax, something unexpected happens. This one moves along at a better pace than his last novel. I hope we see Perry and his crew return soon. My advice: drop the JD Stanton series for a little while and do more stories with Perry. Better yet, have them meet up and put them both in one novel. What a story that would be!
Pick this one up. You'll enjoy it. Recommended.
DireRaven
The tension keeps you frozen all the way through. From the very beginning the intrigue begins, then one thing after another keeps Perry and the crew wondering who is sabotaging their mission. Who do they trust? I DIDN'T want to stop reading, it was that GOOD!!!
Cindy Hunt
Legionstatic
If you've read Gansky before, you know he has a great imagination and the ability to tell a gripping story. This, however, is Gansky at a whole new level.
When Perry Sachs, engineer/archaelogist, takes a team to Antartica, he discovers secrets beyond his initial expectations. Although he is aware of something lurking beneath the ice, he is unaware of its full impact or of the forces intent upon reaching it. Soon, Sachs and his team are hostages in a deadly game--hostage to the elements, to the evil of a secretive society, and to the truth of a artifact hidden for thousands of years.
"Beneath the Ice" conveys the same realistic atmosphere of classic thrillers such as Alistair MacLean's "Ice Station Zebra," while mixing in the bizarre twists of Dan Brown's "The DaVinci Code," and Jeff Long's "Year Zero." Gansky employs minimal, but believable, character development. His climax fails to serve justice in any fashion to the antagonists, but the book still ranks easily as one of the best Christian thrillers out there.
Drelahuginn
This story held my attention, but I had to put in down once or twice because of the situations created in the book. One part just scared me, but not enough not to finish the story. I cheered at the end because of the care and concern the characters portrayed. Even for a book of fiction there is real life portrayed. It is fast moving and interesting.
Siratius
I've just read the other reviews and agree with all of them. Another 'home run' from Alton Gansky!! Great storyline, characters, events and most important of all the stability of the lead characters in their faith in the Lord. Great read!!!
This story is exciting, intriguing, scary and very interesting, do you believe there is massive changes that have happened on this earth? Do you believe Jesus has any part in guiding humans? All of these questions have answers. Get a cup of coffee sat back and enjoy!

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