Ice at the bottom of the world
Verified Purchase. Students can listen to the article as they read along on the screen. By Mark Richard. What is deeply moving here is that many of the characers do not anticipate change. TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. Instead, dead things rise to the surface wrld in "On ice at the bottom of the world Rope" where a former flood rescue worker glimpses a plastic bag caught on a fence and is brought back to memories of the "boiling waters" that drowned the town.