The Vostok Juncture

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Two miles beneath the Antarctic ice lies Lake Vostok. Dark. Forgotten. The way it should be.
Until now.
Scientists have found evidence of gold down there and - alien life. Arthur Sinclair, Chairman of AmCorp, plans to coerce the Vostok station scientists to go down to the lake and find the gold.
Arthur Sinclair has forgotten one thing.
Lake Vostok does not want them there. More

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About Matt Chatelain

Born in Ottawa, fifty-two years ago, I have been the owner of a used bookstore I opened in Ontario, since 1990. I have been writing since I was ten. Beginning with poetry, I quickly moved on to short stories and non-fiction pieces. I stayed in that format for many years, eventually self-publishing a franchise manual, as well as a variety of booklets.
Having semi-retired from the bookstore, I embarked on the project of writing my first serious novel, which I expanded to a four-book series after discovering an incredible mystery hidden within a French author's books.
My interests are eclectic. I like Quantum Physics,Cosmology, history, archaeology, science in general, mechanics, free power, recycling and re-use. I'm a good handyman and can usually fix just about anything. I'm good with computers. I love movies, both good and bad, preferring action and war movies. I can draw and paint fairly well but am so obsessed with perspective and light that I cannot think of much else. I am too detail-oriented.
I have been around books all my life. In my mid-forties, I decided to focus on writing as my future job. It took me five years to learn the trade. Now I know how fast I can write and how to develop my story and characters. I always wage an internal war to decide if my next story is going to be a mild mystery or a big stake epic. So far the big stakes are winning

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Review by: Bee L. Kirk on Jan. 14, 2014 :
The Vostok Juncture by Matt Chatelain is a totally different type of read for me.
I always try to go into reading a novel with a clear mind and no preconcieved ideas or expectations via the cover or the title. So as I began to read this story I was pleasantly surprised by the imagry the Author was able to convey. It felt like I was with the characters of the story as they braved the harsh elements of a future we have yet to see. Author Matt Chatelain is able to make you think about things in a scientifice way, something I'm not used to doing. I'm a creative thinker but after reading this book, I look forward to learing more about our environment and if what happens in The Vostok Juncture, could really happen.
I also look forward reading more of Mr. Chatelain's work and wish him the best.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Mark Hache on Jan. 14, 2014 : (no rating)
Wow! I had to slow down and catch my breath at the end of this book. The pace was incredible, keeping me on edge until the very end. And what a mind-blowing end that I did not see coming. A must read if you like non-stop action.

I've been a fan Chatelaine's writing since "The Caves of Etretat". His unique style, mixed with credible science bits make for enjoyable reading. Can't wait for his next book!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Lucas Grindhouse on Jan. 14, 2014 :
A twisted, action-packed story. The pressure ratchets up to near intolerable levels and, as a reader, I was as desperate to see it through as the characters. The author takes care to embroider the story with valid science and it adds a realistic flavour to the work. I look forward to Matt Chatelain's next book because he has intrigued me with his ideas. I have no qualms in recommending this book to anyone who likes action or fiction.

Lucas Grindhouse
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Heather999 on Jan. 14, 2014 :
This is an awesome read. It contains a great mix of science and adventure. The author does a superb job of introducing new plot twists and revelations, making this a very difficult book to put down.
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