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O God of Battles

Narrated by: Corey M. Snow
Length: 11 hrs and 16 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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It was a time for America and her heroes: men like Michael and Andrew O'Connor, rival brothers fresh out of Annapolis, men who left all they knew and loved to seek glory in a world at war. Mike beneath the ocean aboard the USS Tigerfish, Andrew in the air as a fighter pilot ace. Theirs was a baptism by fire, yet they rose to confront a brutal enemy across the sea-and to chase the explosive dreams that could ultimately destroy them.

From Harry Homewood, best-selling author of Final Harbor, Silent Sea, and Torpedo!, comes the epic novel of a family at war. A novel of family, duty, pride - and of two brothers, competitors in both love and war, whose inner struggles provided them with the courage that could mean the difference between life and death.

©1983 Harry Homewood (P)2017 Tantor

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good listen

good !listen for long drive a cross country, characters came to life and story hinged on actual history. thanks,

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Great Book, Great Story, Great Narration

Great Book, Great Story, Great Narration, what else can I say this book flows so glowingly and the story unfolded so very very well it would be hard to say anything negative about this book...

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The Hardy Boys go to War.

Good, well written and engaging combat sequences interspersed with insane and superficial characters worthy of a 1940s teen novel. Ending is predictable. I liked the Hardy boys as a 10 year old, but seriously out of place in a war novel.

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War in the Pacific Revisited

Over the sea & under with the Hardy Boy twins. Good combat story together with wholesome romance (and a little very passé strict Catholic guilt thrown in).
Enjoyed it a lot.

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