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The Terror

The Terror
Title: The Terror
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Annotation:The bestselling author of Ilium and Olympos transforms the true story of a legendary Arctic expedition into a thriller worthy of Stephen King or Patrick O Brian. Their captain s insane vision of a Northwest Passage has kept the crewmen of The Terror trapped in Arctic ice for two years without a thaw. But the real threat to their survival isn t the ever-shifting landscape of white, the provisions that have turned to poison before they open them, or the ship slowly buckling in the grip of the frozen ocean. The real threat is whatever is out in the frigid darkness, stalking their ship, snatching one seaman at a time or whole crews, leaving bodies mangled horribly or missing forever. Captain Crozier takes over the expedition after the creature kills its original leader, Sir John Franklin. Drawing equally on his own strengths as a seaman and the mystical beliefs of the Eskimo woman he s rescued, Crozier sets a course on foot out of the Arctic and away from the insatiable beast. But every day the dwindling crew becomes more deranged and mutinous, until Crozier begins to fear there is no escape from an ever-more-inconceivable nightmare.
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  1. Dan Simmons The Terror
  2. 1 CROZIER
  3. Lat. 70 °-05
  4. October, 1847
  5. 2 FRANKLIN
  6. Lat. 51 °-29
  7. London, May, 1845
  8. 3 CROZIER
  9. Lat. 70 °-05
  10. October, 1847
  11. 4 GOODSIR
  12. Lat. 75 °-12
  13. Baffin Bay, July, 1845
  14. 5 CROZIER
  15. Lat. 70 °-05
  16. 9 November, 1847
  17. 6 GOODSIR
  18. Lat. 74 °-43
  19. BeecheyIsland, Winter 1845-46
  20. 7 FRANKLIN
  21. Lat. 70 °-03
  22. Approximately 28 miles NNW of King William Land, 3 September, 1846
  23. 8 CROZIER
  24. Lat. 70 °-05
  25. 11 November, 1847
  26. 9 FRANKLIN
  27. Lat. 70 °-05
  28. May, 1847
  29. 10 GOODSIR
  30. Lat. 69 ° 37
  31. King William Land, 24 May-3 June, 1847
  32. 11 CROZIER
  33. Lat. 70 °-05
  34. 9 November, 1847
  35. 12 GOODSIR
  36. Lat. 69 ° 37
  37. King William Land, 24 May-3 June, 1847
  38. 13 FRANKLIN
  39. Lat. 70 °-05
  40. 3 June, 1846
  41. 14 GOODSIR
  42. Lat. 70 °-05
  43. June, 1847
  44. 15 FRANKLIN
  45. Lat. 70 °- 05
  46. 11 June, 1847
  47. 16 CROZIER
  48. Lat. 70 °-05
  49. 10 November, 1847
  50. 17 IRVING
  51. Lat. 70 °-05
  52. 13 November, 1847
  53. 18 GOODSIR
  54. Lat. 70 °-05
  55. 20 November, 1847
  56. 19 CROZIER
  57. Lat. 70 °-05
  58. 5 December, 1847
  59. 20 BLANKY
  60. Lat. 70 °-05
  61. 5 December, 1847
  62. 21 BLANKY
  63. Lat. 70 °-05
  64. 5 December, 1847
  65. 22 IRVING
  66. Lat. 70 °-05
  67. 13 December, 1847
  68. 23 HICKEY
  69. Lat. 70 °-05
  70. 18 December, 1847
  71. 24 CROZIER
  72. Lat. 70 °-05
  73. 31 December, 1847
  74. 25 CROZIER
  75. Lat. 70 °-05
  76. 31 December, 1847-1 January, 1848
  77. 26 GOODSIR
  78. Lat. 70 °-05
  79. 4 January, 1848
  80. 27 CROZIER
  81. Lat. 70 °-05
  82. 11 January, 1848
  83. 28 PEGLAR
  84. Lat. 70 °-05
  85. 29 January, 1848
  86. 29 IRVING
  87. Lat. 70 °-05
  88. 6 February, 1848
  89. 30 CROZIER
  90. Lat. 70 °-05
  91. 15 February, 1848
  92. 31 GOODSIR
  93. Lat. 70 °-05
  94. 6 March, 1848
  95. 32 CROZIER
  96. Lat. 70 °-05
  97. 22 April, 1848
  98. 33 GOODSIR
  99. Lat. 69 ° 37
  100. 22 April, 1848
  101. 34 CROZIER
  102. Lat. 69 ° 37
  103. 22 April, 1848
  104. 35 IRVING
  105. Lat. 69 ° 37
  106. 24 April, 1848
  107. 36 CROZIER
  108. Lat. 69 ° 37
  109. 24 April, 1848
  110. 37 IRVING
  111. Lat. 69 ° 37
  112. 24 April, 1848
  113. 38 CROZIER
  114. Lat. 69 ° 37
  115. 25 April, 1848
  116. 39 GOODSIR
  117. Lat. 69 ° 37
  118. 25 April, 1848
  119. 40 PEGLAR
  120. Lat. 69 ° 37
  121. 25 April, 1848
  122. 41 CROZIER
  123. Lat. 69 ° 37
  124. 25 April, 1848
  125. 42 PEGLAR
  126. Lat. 69 ° 37
  127. 25 April, 1848
  128. 43 CROZIER
  129. Lat. 69 ° 37
  130. 25 April, 1848
  131. 44 GOODSIR
  132. Lat. 69 °?
  133. Comfort Cove, 6 June, 1848
  134. 45 BLANKY
  135. Lat. unknown, Long. unknown
  136. 18 June, 1848
  137. 46 CROZIER
  138. Lat. unknown, Long. unknown
  139. 4 July, 1848
  140. 47 PEGLAR
  141. Somewhere in the Strait Between King William Island and the AdelaidePeninsula
  142. 9 July, 1848
  143. 48 GOODSIR
  144. King William Land, Lat. Unknown, Long. Unknown
  145. 18 July, 1848
  146. 49 CROZIER
  147. King William Land, Lat. Unknown, Long. Unknown
  148. 26 July, 1848
  149. 50 BRIDGENS
  150. River Camp
  151. 29 July, 1848
  152. 51 CROZIER
  153. Rescue Camp
  154. 13 August, 1848
  155. 52 GOODSIR
  156. Rescue Camp
  157. 15 August, 1848
  158. 53 GOLDING
  159. Rescue Camp
  160. 17 August, 1848
  161. 54 DES VOEUX
  162. Rescue Camp
  163. 19 August, 1848
  164. 55 GOODSIR
  165. 20 August, 1848
  166. 56 JOPSON
  167. Rescue Camp
  168. 20 August, 1848
  169. 57 HICKEY
  170. On the SW Cape of King William Island
  171. 8 September, 1848
  172. 58 GOODSIR
  173. On the SW Cape of King William Island
  174. 5 October, 1848
  175. 59 HICKEY
  176. On the SW Cape of King William Island
  177. 18 October, 1848
  178. 60 CROZIER
  179. 61 CROZIER
  180. 62 CROZIER
  181. 63 CROZIER
  182. 64 CROZIER
  183. 65 CROZIER
  184. 66
  185. 67 TALIRIKTUG
  186. Lat. 68 ° 30
  187. 28 May, 1851
  188. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  189. ABOUT THE AUTHOR


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