Monday, September 9, 2013

So if you are looking for something different to read than your normal romance, mystery, vampires, and werewolves than you should check out Arctic Fire.

Gabriel Pike is an engineer. The company that Gabriel works for has been selected for a very important task. They have been chosen to escort a massive iceberg to New York. The iceberg will help supply the city with a precious supply of water.




The person responsible for bring the water to New York is Nigel Cain. He not only will bring the iceberg back with the help of Pike and his company but Cain built a five star hotel on top of the iceberg. Cain is making the iceberg like a modern day titanic experience. Including a horrible storm.





I was really excited for this book. It sounded really good. It was good but on the same hand I was a little disappointed at the same time. The book started out strong with lots of action but than it slowed down a few notches for a steady pace. I did not feel like the story picked up speed again until the storm hit the iceberg which did not happen until about half way. than the story was moving at a fast pace with plenty of action. I really liked Pike. He may not have seemed like a likely hero in the beginning but he is definitely an action hero. Mr. Byers is a descriptive writer. He explained in great detail all of the features of the hotel on the iceberg. It was like I was one of the passengers staying in the hotel. So if you are looking for something different to read than your normal romance, mystery, vampires, and werewolves than you should check out Arctic Fire.





About Paul Byers:



Paul grew up in Oregon on the shores of the mighty and mysterious Columbia River, and spent endless hours daydreaming on the beach in front of his house, making up stories about the ships from exotic ports all over the world that steamed up the river - what secret cargo might they be carrying; did they harbor spies who were on dark and exciting missions?



Later in adult life, he moved to another mysterious and provocative city - Las Vegas, just outside the famous Nellis Air Force base. After work he would sit on his porch and watch the fighters take off and land, igniting his imagination with visions of secret missions and rich speculation about what could possibly be hidden at Area 51.

After moving back to his native Pacific Northwest, Paul worked for the Navy and took every opportunity he could to speak with veterans from WWII to the Gulf War, listening to them swap stories and relate the experiences of a lifetime.



So it is this combination of a passionate love of history, a vivid "what if" imagination, and a philosophy of life that boils down to the belief that - there are few things in life that a bigger hammer won't fix - that led Paul to become a writer of exciting, fact-based action-thrillers. His greatest joy is leaving his readers wondering where the facts end and the fiction begins.



Author Website: http://www.paulbyersonline.com/

Paul on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/paul.byers.31?ref=tn_tnmn

Paul on Goodreads http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/535909.Paul_Byers

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