Danger Zone: Ice Claw by David Gilman
  

Danger Zone: Ice Claw

Written by David Gilman

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As fast-paced as the first, this is a second thrilling adventure for Max Gordon hero of Danger Zone: The Devil’s Breath. Now Max is wanted for murder and he must fight just to stay free but also to survive. It’s a fight that leads him into the heart of a secret prophecy, which he must do all he can to subvert. David Gilmore sets his hero tough challenges in extreme conditions. How he survives them is a thrilling roller coaster.

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Synopsis

Danger Zone: Ice Claw by David Gilman

Max Gordon is wanted for murder. Max witnesses the last moments of a mysterious Basque monk, who screams a cryptic clue before plummeting to his death. The clue is a prophecy that fortells of a cataclysmic ecological event which will kill millions across Europe. Now Max is trapped in the darkness of a dead man's secret and the hunt is on.

Reviews

David Gilman's debut The Devil's Breath is a lot of fun ... the relationship between the two boys provides thrills and spills and the eco angle will go down well. What Gilman, a successful scriptwriter, does superlatively is heart-pounding action -- Amanda Craig The Times A big solid blockbuster, packed with tough men, beautiful women and exotic locations. The descriptions of the Bushmen are fascinating, and the big set pieces are always exciting, ensuring that readers will race through this enjoyable adventure story Guardian David Gilman's The Devil's Breath takes no hostages in an exciting fast paced story that never lets up -- Nicholas Tucker Independent Adrenaline-packed -- Publishers Weekly This is action-packed adventure at its best, with lots of relevant references for today's teens, who will gobble it down. -- Kirkus Reviews

About the Author

David Gilman

David Gilman is the successful author of the Max Gordon: Danger Zone series of eco-adventures. Monkey and Me is his first standalone novel for children. David is also an award-winning screenwriter and has written for successful long-running series like Dalziel and Pascoe and A Touch of Frost. Before becoming a writer, David was a fire-fighter, a photographer and a soldier in the parachute regiment’s Reconnaissance Platoon.

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Format

Paperback
448 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

David Gilman
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Publisher

Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

3rd July 2008

ISBN

9780141323039

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