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F the Apollo program gone forward as originally planned It is February 1975 Apollo 19 the last of the manned lunar missions has successfully landed Exhilarated and confident Commander Gary Lucas and Lunar Module pilot Charlie Shepherd set out to explore a vast mysterious depression at the lunar south poleThere in the icy darkness–where temperatures reach 334 degrees below zero–the astronauts search for the fragments of crystalli. So I picked this up somewhat randomly off the fiction shelves at the Seattle Public Library a few years back What a weird book It s like creationistfundamentalist Christian science fiction meets alternate history If you want to know what the people of the Good Book are reading for their science fiction this is probably a good example I dunno Spoiler alert The moral of the story is that ancient evil human like giants of the time of Noah were so wicked that God sent the Great Flood to smite them Oh and apparently they built a special moon base too Not recommended

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Ice by Shane Johnson

Ne bedrock the scientists back home had hoped for But when tragedy strikes the men are driven deeper into the lethal realm where they find much than they bargained for including a strange machine that seemingly transports Lucas back to a pre flood Earth and startling evidence that could transform mankind’s perspective on all creation and its Creator– if only the men could miraculously make their way back home to earth to reveal. I wanted to like it It did have a very interesting premise Astronauts are stranded on the moon and discover an ancient seemingly abandoned alien base It should have been a very interesting story I wanted mystery and technology and maybe even an introduction to a new species But it was really all about converting people to Christianity

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In the late 1960s NASA proposed hardware and mission parameters for an extended Apollo program that never materialized Decades later the existence of ice beds at the lunar south pole was discovered by NASA’s space probe Clementine and confirmed by the lunar satellite Lunar Prospector Now author and Apollo missions historian Shane Johnson explores the fantastic possibilities of what might have transpired had the ambitious version o. Unbelievably excessive Christian religiosity heavy on interpersonal chit chat and disgustingly weak on the technical troubleshootingWasted sci fi plot potential drowned in religion


10 thoughts on “Ice by Shane Johnson

  1. says:

    I look to be entertained by fiction not to be recruited I had no idea this was a Christian propaganda novel but will now be steering clear of Shane Johnson books

  2. says:

    Unbelievably excessive Christian religiosity heavy on interpersonal chit chat and disgustingly weak on the technical troubleshootin

  3. says:

    What if NASA hadn’t canceled the last two Apollo missions? Here’s a story of what might have happened if Apollo 19 had flown Astro

  4. says:

    I really liked it I found myself concerned about how Lucas's storyline was going to be explained but I appreciat

  5. says:

    So I picked this up somewhat randomly off the fiction shelves at the Seattle Public Library a few years back What a weird book It's like creationistfundamentalist Christian science fiction meets alternate history If you wa

  6. says:

    Although Ice gets off to a slow start it develops into a gripping story It presents an alternative history for the final Apollo moon flights Apollo 19 lands on the southern pole of the moon to investigate a dark depression which never sees the sun The astronauts are hoping to collect evidence of the moon's origin but they find than they ever bargained for

  7. says:

    I wanted to like it It did have a very interesting premise Astronauts are stranded on the moon and discover an ancient seemingly abandoned alien base It should have been a very interesting story I wanted mystery and technology and maybe even an introduction to a new species But it was really all about converting people to Christianity

  8. says:

    35Weirdly enough I kinda liked this book I've read it twice and the weird time travel bit with bible connections was rather interesting in a 'Ha ha what? Is this really happening?' way However there was no way this book was going to 'bring me to the light' if that was the author's intent If you take it at face value it's a strange read but i

  9. says:

    This is an amateurish collection of painful cliches It is a form of intellectual torture to try to read this book As a member of a genre not known for brilliant writing this book has reached a new low

  10. says:

    Great read Good compelling story This was another that I couldn't put down