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    a scintillating imagination

    An enriching experience. Russell Roberts is a writer with a formidable grip on the vast scale of human history. He deftly weaves this knowledge through his novel Ice. Although history, past and future, forms an intrinsic thread through this story, I wouldn’t call this an historical novel as such and to define it is tricky; it crosses borders, is a displaced journal that defies categorization. This novel is like a refugee (as are the characters within this story); driven by tyrannical forces, by war and greed, the dispossessed stumble into the future, sowing seeds of fear and hope wherever they go. Russell Roberts has an excellent command of the language and a scintillating imagination. This is more than evident from reading this superb novel.
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    Another great read

    Roberts’s sophomore release is a gripping high – stakes adventure that continues to deliver until the very end. The story is both hauntingly familiar and original with the narrative reflecting past and present injustices. Ice captures the elemental forces of Antarctica while examining the challenges the myriad of exotic life forms and resources pose to those who fail to fully embrace their inherent value. Robert’s latest venture is one not to miss.
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    Impressed

    I was impressed that this novel acknowledges the power and spirituality of women, and portrays women as being the saviours of the world’s future. In a world that has for a long time been dominated by men and their lust for wars and power, this is a very pleasant surprise.
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