Snow, Volcanoes, and the End of the World
by Jennifer Ellis, author of In the Shadows of the Mosquito Constellation
Contrary to Sasha Wood’s expectations, the isolated International Polar Research Station on Ellesmere Island turns out to be an incredibly dangerous assignment.
After researchers and sled dogs go missing in a freak storm, distress calls go mysteriously unanswered from the outside world. Cut off and stalked by strange killer polar bears, Sasha and station caretaker, Soren Anderson, must search for their missing colleagues in the frozen tundra as their instruments begin to reveal an incredible truth: The feared magnetic pole reversal has occurred and the north has become the south. Psychotic scientists and giant methane-venting craters are just the beginning of a terrible and weird new reality as the leader of a polar research station down in Antarctica walks out of an otherworldly mist from the other side of the earth. Everything is being turned upside down, literally and figuratively.
The Thing meets The Core on the plains of Ellesmere Island somewhere lost inside the Apocalypse Weird.
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About The Author
Jennifer lives in the mountains of BC where she can be found writing, spending too much time on skis, and working as an environmental researcher. She also has a PhD and has been known to read tarot cards.
Her Derivatives of Displacement series is science fiction fantasy for middle-graders and adults. Books one and two are available, and book three is coming in 2015. Her second novel is a romance with a dystopic edge entitled In the Shadows of the Mosquito Constellation. She has also contributed to several anthologies, most notably Synchronic: 13 Tales of Time Travel, which hit #16 in the Kindle Store.