"A beautifully presented book of the plight of the Marshallese and life aboard the [original] Rainbow Warrior
on what was to be its last voyage."
-- The Dominion
"One of the iniquitous stories of the nuclear age." --New Internationalist (UK)
"A damning indictment of the nuclear powers, in particular the French and the Americans." --The New Zealand Times
"Robie's crisp narrative and excellent photographs give the reader a bird's eye view of the historic voyage." --Pacific Magazine (Hawaii)
From the Publisher
This moving book made a big impact internationally when it was first published with British (1986) and US (1987) editions following the original publication in New Zealand. It was described by the New Internationalist
magazine (UK) as "one of the iniquitous tales of the nuclear age". The author spent 10 weeks on board the Rainbow Warrior. The new memorial edition has been redesigned and includes new sections and photos, plus a preface by Greenpeace NZ executive and original crew member Bunny McDiarmid and a postscript by the author. More than 60 photos, maps and cartoons are included.