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This story describes a futuristic war fought with aircraft that carried what he called "sun bombs". These bombs were so powerful that with one brilliant flash of blinding light, one single bomb could destroy an entire city (much like a nuclear bomb ).
N. B.: When this story was written, airplanes were still tiny, dangerous machines that could barely carry one man and was decades before the Germans started their "heavy water" experiments, trying to construct a nuclear device.
In addition, this future war begins in the month of December when the Japanese stage a sneak attack on Hawaii.
It appears that the author was visionary of sorts.--Am. Library Assoc.
This author was amazingly accurate about the wreck of the famous ship even calling his fictional vessel the Titan. Reasons for the sinking were the same human error and arrogance. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cindy C
The book is in perfect condition. I don't like the print, but it's okay. I can't wait to read it. I've heard about it.Published 4 months ago by Casey J. Drymon
Dated, sexist and racist. Oh, and poorly written as well. A complete waste of time.Published 6 months ago by GuitarGuy
The printing in this book is horribly small. All the chapters run together. This book should be deleted and be filed in the "out of print" folder.Published 6 months ago by Paul Boone
I had not heard of this story, until one day I saw a note about the name of the ship, and the comparison to the story of the Titanic. It's uncanny resemblance is astounding. Read morePublished 12 months ago by deanna miller
This may be the most badly written book I have ever attempted to read. Perfectly dreadful and terribly amateur. Uhg.Published 12 months ago by tori m