Arctic Meltdown

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Arctic Meltdown is a thriller set against the backdrop of the melting polar icecap and the ensuing jostling for jurisdiction over seabed resources. Hanne Kristensen, a beautiful Danish geologist, has to contend with a corrupted UN process, Chinese and Russian aggression and the resulting international tension to try to save the world from war and the Arctic from environmental catastrophe. More

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About Geza Tatrallyay

Born in Budapest, Hungary, Geza escaped with his family in 1956, emigrating to Canada. He graduated with a BA in Human Ecology from Harvard University in 1972, and, as a Rhodes Scholar, next attended Oxford University, where he obtained a BA/MA in Human Sciences in 1974. He completed his studies with a MSc in Economics from London School of Economics and Politics, and represented Canada as an épée fencer in the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal.

Geza’s professional experience has included stints in government, international organizations, finance and environmental entrepreneurship. Since 2004, he has been semi-retired, managing a few investments mainly in the clean energy sector and devoting his time to the two great loves in his life, his family and his writing. With dual Canadian and Hungarian nationality, Geza divides his time between Bordeaux, France, and Barnard, Vermont, with frequent visits to New York, Toronto, and London. He has a few early publishing credits to his name (mainly poetry, articles, a short story translation from Hungarian etc.) as well as the thriller Arctic Meltdown.

Reviews

Review by: john belda on Feb. 28, 2012 :
Fantastic read. The factual premises were footnoted in detail, then the fictional aspect of the story was great. the characters and plot could be made into an exciting movie.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Martin Kaplan on Dec. 20, 2011 :
Terrific thriller. Makes your heart thump and your mind race. Great characters, exciting plot, and an uncanny look at tomorrow's headlines.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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