Simple search: enter Author name, Title or ISBN e.g. Hunger Games Suzanne Collins
January 1937. 28-year-old Jack is poor, lonely and desperate to change his life. So when he's offered the chance to join an Arctic expedition, he jumps at it. After they reach the remote, uninhabited bay where they will camp for the next year, Gruhuken, Jack feels a creeping unease. One by one, his companions are forced to leave
No availability records for this item
Book Level: 4.8
Interest Level: MY
Quiz Number: 220715
Evocative, chilling and superbly unsettling, it is very good indeed.
BOOKSELLER||This gripping ghost story has moments of horror and beauty
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH||Paver's descriptions of the topography are marvellously vivid and add to the sense of menace that suffuses the story
SUNDAY TIMES||An atmospheric ghost story that would give Susan Hill a run for her money
INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY||A chilling period piece, Dark Matter cunningly illustrates how fear, rather than death, is the great equaliser.
INDEPENDENT||More than just a ghost story, this is an exquisitely told psychological thriller. Unputdownable!
WOMANS WEEKLY||A genuinely terrifying tale ... I cannot recommend this novel enough, especially in these dark nights, you will certainly get more than you bargained for. I did.
SAVIDGE READS Book Blog||Ghost stories don't frighten me much but this one did. Quite a lot, actually ... Chilling in every respect.||Dark Matter builds suspense brilliantly ... As well as a ghost story, it's a great portrayal of Svalbard and the experience of spending a winter in the Arctic.
ADVENTURE TRAVEL||A genuinely suspenseful and really quite chilling tale
TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT