The Abominable

Author(s): Dan Simmons

Fiction - Thriller

June 1924. On the brutal North East Ridge of Mount Everest, famous adventurers George Mallory and Andrew Irvine vanish into the snow-whipped night. Daredevil explorer Richard Deacon devises a plan to follow in the men's footsteps, accompanied only by two friends. Off piste and with no support team, the three men strike for Everest's peak and the most vicious climate on earth. As the winds rise and the temperature and oxygen levels drop, Deacon and his companions hear howls in the distance. Some dark creature is tracking them up the mountain, sending them scrabbling blindly into Everest's dangerous heights to escape it. Soon they will discover what happened to Mallory's crew - but can they escape the same hideous fate? A gripping thriller by a master of the genre, The Abominable blends historical fact with spine-tingling drama - this is one of the most chilling and unforgettable novels you will ever read.

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Huge publicity campaign on the first edition to create a platform for this publication. Ripples across the Atlantic from the US launch. Online marketing to thriller fans to create pre-awareness. Third-party promotions to reach a whole new audience.

Dan Simmons was born in Peoria, Illinois, in 1948, and grew up in various cities and small towns in the Midwest. He received his Masters in Education from Washington University in St. Louis in 1971. He worked in elementary education for eighteen years, winning awards for his innovative teaching, and became a full-time writer in 1987. Dan lives in Colorado with his wife, Karen, and has a daughter in her twenties. His books are published in twenty-nine counties and many of them have been optioned for film.

General Fields

  • : 9780751548709
  • : Little, Brown Book Group
  • : Sphere
  • : January 2014
  • : 198mm X 126mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : January 2014
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Dan Simmons
  • : Paperback
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  • : 813.6
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