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Archer doesn’t live a very exciting life, at least nothing like his grandparents. His grandparents were grand explorers that got lost on an iceberg in Antarctica. A year has passed since they went missing and Archer is determined to find them. With the help of his best friend and a new girl they make plans to go to Antarctica.
This book was not for me at all. I listened to the audiobook and I think that was my main mistake. The narrator spoke with such a monotone that kept putting me to sleep. I am sure it was intentional to show how boring Archer’s daily life was but it worked too well.
This whole book was about preparing to go to the south pole. I didn’t find this book exciting until the last 50 pages. I was just not fan of the pacing of this book or the plot of this book.
By the end of it I was only listening to the story because I liked the characters.
I gave this book a D. I won’t be continuing with this series.
I devour worlds with each new book. I am making up for lost time as a late bloomer of the reading world.