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Icejacked A Group Of Climbers Is Missing In The Tyrolean Mountains A Search And Rescue Team Is Dispatched The Mission Is Soon Cancelled, The Missing Climbers Are Located, Having Returned By A Different Route.In The Knowledge That The Climbers Are Safe, The Rescue Team Heads Back Down The Mountain, En Route They Discover A Body Frozen In A Slab Of Ice.The Ice Slab Is Airlifted To A Local Laboratory And As The Ice Melts, It Quickly Becomes Clear That This Is A Discovery Of Undeniable Archaeological Significance And Then, To Everyone S Amazement, The Body Gradually Warms And Is Found To Have A Pulse.Swiss PhD Student Gerhardt Shynder Is Catapulted From His Sedentary University Life To Take Charge Of The Ancient Roman, Leddicus Palantina And Thus Begins An Implausible Adventure That Goes Global And Changes Both Their Lives Beyond Recognition.


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    ASSIST News Service ANS PO Box 609, Lake Forest, CA 92609 0609 USA Visit our web site at www.assistnews.net E mail assistnews aol.comWednesday, November 23, 2011 From The Rainbow to Icejacked to Red DaggerThe fascinating story of Adrian Hawkes and how our lives have collided once againBy Dan WoodingFounder of ASSIST MinistriesLONDON, UK ANS I first met Adrian Hawkes back in the mid sixties in Birmingham, England, when he brought his Ribbons of Faith outreach team to my father s little church, the Sparkbrook Mission, in Birmingham, England.The female members of his team from the Sparkbrook Elim Church seemed rather glamorous for this rather dour area of England s second city, wearing colorful sashes and singing modern songs, and then Adrian brought a challenge for our church start going out into the community with the Gospel.We were so stirred up by his sermon, that soon my sister Ruth and myself, and my wife Norma, started The Messengers, which grew very quickly to about 60 members We would go out each Saturday night to the local pubs and coffee bars with the Good News of Jesus Christ, and soon we partnered with the Ribbons of Faith, and other groups in Birmingham, to start the Late Night Special in the huge but empty Lloyds Bank Building each Saturday night.Then Canon Bryan Green, a liberal evangelical who was sometimes described as the Anglican Billy Graham, invited us to start a Sunday night outreach in St Martin s Church in the Bull Ring, Birminghamm calle...


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    Leddicus could not possibly be wise beyond his years You d have to be pretty wise to achieve that at such an age, but he s certainly been around the block a few times and able to put everything in perspective.At least he would be if he were not dead His body found encased in ice, he was transferred to a morgue where scientists could pore over him and investigate the corpse of a perfectly formed Roman A real authentic gent this one, he even smelt of pee, which fits, seeing as the Romans used to wash their clothes in it.Now he wasn t to inhabit his new home for long, because, as he slowly thawed, his heart was found to be still beating On the premise that a mortician s slab is not a suitable habitat for a healthy, if rather old Roman, he was quickly transfered to a hospital bed, and Adrian s story came to life, terrible pun I know.The story is told through the eyes of Gerhardt Shynder, a Swiss student, who is gutted when he realises the Roman find is alive and well Gutted because he now has him down as a modern day tourist, weirdly clad in a fancy dress costume, who had suffered a mishap on a Tyrolean mountain His dreams of working on the investigation of a 2,030 year old Roman as part of his doctorate evaporated as quickly as Leddicus had melted.Gerhardt visits Leddicus in hospital anyway and slowly realises ...


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    Icejacked is Rip Van Winkle sleeps for 2000 years Gerhardt, graduate student and historian, believes he can further his education concerning prehistoric man when he learns of a man preserved in ice He plans to join the study But when he arrives at the morgue, he discovers that the man had a heartbeat and that morgue personnel transferred him to a hospital Gerhardt thinks they have mistaken a recent tourist for a man from history.Instead, he meets Leddicus, Roman citizen and member of the way the earliest group to follow Christ waking from a 2000 year sleep in a cake of ice Gerhardt plans to become obscenely rich by presenting him to the world Everything astounds Leddicus at first but he quickly learns to enjoy modern life They travel around the country and world to tell Leddicus s story In the background, a group of sinister people makes plans to exploit Leddicus The storyline would have benefited from conflict As demonstrated by UFOs and the moonwalk, people react in disbelief when something happens outside their experience With one exception, no one questions that a man could l...


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    Icejacked by Adrian L Hawkes is a true page turner The story takes off in a scant few pages taking the reader to an unthinkable place A key player was found frozen deep within ice, atop a mountain As the scientist gather to examine the corpse , a faint pulse begins Not only does the impossible happen, but he awakes 2,000 years later and speaks in the a...


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    Review by Pearse PhillipsIce Jacked what a brilliant read I do like fiction even science fiction, thrillers and stories about war on land or sea anything like that.


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    This book was extremely well written The catalyst Leddicus Palantina, a Roman, supposedly frozen for thousands of years and thawed so to give the reader insight in the past.This clever piece worked on many levels, in that it highlighted the changing times, and yet to question whether we had changed at all The character is likeable, even if he took to his new world relatively easily.However, such themes as slavery, the media and religion, played a major part in this story, and made us question our lives today have they improved Maybe not I wonder though if people ever learn A good story, which overall I enjoyed, but would h...


  7. says:

    This book was extremely well written The catalyst Leddicus Palantina, a Roman, supposedly frozen for thousands of years and thawed so to give the reader insight into the past.This clever piece worked on many levels, in that it highlighted the changing times, and yet to question whether we had changed at all Leddicus is likeable, even if he took to his new world too easily.However, such themes as slavery, the media and religion, played a major part in this story, and made us question our lives today have they improved Maybe not I wonder...


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