She already has survived months of solitary confinement, a forced swim with sharks and a scary journey to the South Pole. Now she’s a member of The 300 Club, an exclusive group of people on the planet who have endured a 300-degree temperature swing in a matter of seconds.
It’s all part of her training for a six-person, one-way mission to Mars.
Nikki wants to go, but not with The Bridge — a space-obsessed company that abducts, controls and violates people.
She wants to take a stand.
She wants to free her father, her former lover and herself.
And she’ll attempt it with the help of the young man who shot her seven years ago.
It’s a previously inconceivable alliance, bonded by polar extremes.
A Note From the Publisher
"Another incredible journey from Chaucer!
This novel, the third in the Nikki series, is a fist in the face to the corrupt corporation known as 'The Bridge', it is the book all Nikki Blue fans have been waiting for!
Not only is the writing so engaging that you can't stop reading from the first sentence, we are introduced to intriguing and loveable new characters such as Sam or 'Snowbow', who really lift the darkness around Nikki's story.
A perfect third installation to this series, a quick, fast-paced read that leaves you thinking long after you have read the final page. Chaucer really makes you think about relationships, issues we are facing in today's society and shows us that there can be a silver lining for everyone if you look and try hard enough. A great read!"
-- 5 stars from Julie Oakley, a Goodreads reviewer from Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
"The Bridge is a masterful puppeteer sliding Nikki into a complexity of hard choices played out against the harsh and beautiful landscape of Antarctica. Not only must she fight the elements that threaten to make the most sane mind lose touch with reality, but The Bridge forces her life to collide with Thomas in such a way that kept me riveted.
How long can you blame someone for their past mistakes? Does giving someone a second chance make you a fool? Forgiveness and the ability to move on is key to Nikki White. Jack Chaucer writes Thomas in such a way that the dislike I felt for that character began to crumble away. Everything isn't always what it seems to be and many times you got to dig deeper to get at the truth."
-- 4 stars from Katie Sholty, Goodreads reviewer from Illinois
"It was fabulous. Another great work from Chaucer. This series is always in my top ten."
-- 5 stars from Christina Jackson, Goodreads reviewer from Shawneetown, Illinois
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