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When the world's populations are abruptly wiped out by an apocalyptic event predicted by Hitler's scientists 70 years earlier, Lincoln Miller, a Navy SEAL-turned-scientist stationed in the Aquarius underwater research station, teams up with a group of desperate survivors to stop a brutal neo-Nazi repopulation plot.
Publisher: New York : Thomas Dunne Books, 2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312617868
Branch Call Number: FICTION Robinson 2012
Characteristics: 341 p. ; 25 cm
Alternative Title: Second world


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Feb 14, 2013

this was the first book from this author that i have read and i too "could not put it down". if i read "invasion" i may like it better, but i doubt i could (maybe, it could have to do with which book was read first, and we tend to judge the second of its type as inferior?). anyway, i did like this enough that i intend on buying a copy of my own and look forward to reading many other Jeremy Robinson books in the future.

Feb 05, 2013

Amazing! It should be made into a movie!!! That would be one movie I wouldn't even rent because I would have already bought it.

Aug 27, 2012

After reading SF for 40 years i can say with the utmost confidence that this is a rare subgence that I call "Hitler's revenge": high level Nazis in 1945 create a secret base (Antartica or Amazon jungle) for a safe area, Hundreds of secretly Nazi scientists and and secretly sympatheric American big business (think Henry Ford and Lindbergh). When the time is right, American cities (usually) are attacked by a small number with superior weapons and advance aircraft (UFO). See Invasion by Mercedes Lackey for a better written example of this subgence

Jul 23, 2012

Great read. it really grabs you and takes you for a wild ride. could not put it down


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