We were surprised by this article in The Tyee that was written by the author, Crawford Kilian, soon after the news of the ice sheets breaking off in the Antarctica hit (in May 2014). Kilian published his novel in 1980.
When the world climate changes overnight, when thirteen million cubic kilometers of icecap slide into the sea, when famine and flood break down civil order, the survivors at the remote New Shackleton Station on the Antarctic icecap know that rescue is impossible. A ground-breaking page turner in the realm of speculative science fiction by Crawford Kilian. For Icequake, Kilianput in thousands of hours learning everything he could from a variety of resources about Antarctica and its denizens.
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Author(s): Publisher: Bantam