The Ice People by Maggie GeeThe Ice People by Maggie Gee

The Ice People

byMaggie Gee

Paperback | May 11, 2008

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Set in the near future,The Ice People imagines an ice age enveloping the Northern Hemisphere. It is Africa's relative warmth that offers a last hope to northerly survivors. As relationships between men and women break down, the novel charts one man's struggle to save his alienated son and bring him to the south and to salvation.Maggie Gee is the author ofThe White Family, shortlisted for the Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction and the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, andThe Flood, longlisted for the Orange Prize. She is the first female chair of the Royal Society of Literature and lives in London.
Maggie Gee was chosen as one of Granta's original 'Best Young British Novelists'. She has published many novels to great acclaim, including My Cleaner, The Flood, and The White Family which was short listed for the Orange Prize for Fiction 2002 (UK). She is the first female chair of the Royal society of Literature and lives in London.
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Title:The Ice PeopleFormat:PaperbackDimensions:244 pages, 7.9 × 5.1 × 0.7 inPublished:May 11, 2008Publisher:TelegramLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1846590388

ISBN - 13:9781846590382

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Excellentintelligent, driven, imaginative, obsessive yet still gracious,one of our best." - Fay Weldon "She writes elegantly, unsentimentally, expertly: Martin Amis once said Gee was the only female author of his generation he would bother to read." - The Independent "Astonishingly multi-layered. It can be read as contemporary satire, as a terrifying view of a possible future, as an analysis of the widening gulf between men and women, but especially as a rattling good page-turning yarn." - George Melly"