| ||"The text is clearly written and is backed by a nine page scientific glossary. It is illustrated by a wealth of beautiful photographs, supplemented by artists' reconstructions, as well as stunning images of Antarctic landscapes.
I strongly recommend Frozen in Time and, if you can't buy it yourself, I suggest that you recommend it to your local public library or school library so everyone can enjoy it and share in the thrill of discovery on a frozen continent."
Alex Ritchie, The Victorian Naturalist, pp. 214-215, Vol 129 (6), December 2012
"In this beautifully presented book, the frozen wasteland of Antarctica that we see today is revealed as completely different to its earlier forms, which are painstakingly being revealed by studies of the rich and diverse fossil record. ...this is an extremely interesting book with superb photos. It makes very engrossing reading."
Roz Hart, WA Naturalist News, April 2012
"If the authors intended to produce a good review of Antarctic fauna and flora in a coffee-table book, they have succeeded... This book should be in every school and university library: it should also be bought by many who are interested in, or have children interested in, natural history (biology/ geology), the Antarctic, dinosaurs, change with time, etc."
Patrick G Quilty AM, The Australian Geologist, pp. 45-46, March 2012
"It is well produced and superbly illustrated with many of the authors’ own photographs – a comprehensive account of fossils of the Antarctic, their discovery, diversity and significance."
Robert Jones, Explore 34(2), Winter 2012
"With complementary specialties – Stilwell’s in ancient Earth environments and Long’s in the early evolution of Australian and Antarctic fish – the authors combine their expertise to link the geological history of Antarctica to the organisms that inhabited the land through an exhaustive review of the fossil record… this book provides an everything-you-ever-wanted-to know guide to the prehistory of Antarctica. Most compelling are the stunning photographs of the Antarctic landscape and the remarkable archaeological finds that have allowed researchers to investigate the evolution of life there."
Jennifer DeBerardinis, Cosmos Issue 43, 2012