ISLAND 49 by M Miller

ISLAND 49

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Little but little the great American novel but knew he wouldn't. The pre-invasion apprehension and reaction, the un asiness of the first too quiet nights, Jap counter-attack, ultimate victory and its coat -- a direct, unglamouised account, written in novel form by a staff correspondent of Yank. Competent -- not extraordinary.