A compelling and intriguing novel of hope, love and loss set in the extraordinary landscape of Antarctica.
It was over a decade ago that Robyn Mundy first went to Antarctica, and she has managed to return there every year since, working as an assistant expedition leader for a Sydney-based eco-tour company. In the summer of 2003-04, she spent a season living and working at Davis Station, Antarctica, as a field assistant. In 2008 she over-wintered at Mawson Station, Antarctica, where she worked on an emperor penguin project. Robyn has a Masters Degree in Creative Writing from the University of New Mexico, USA. She wrote The Nature of Ice as part of a PhD in Writing at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia.
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