High above the jagged peaks of the Himalayas, Lt. Jayson Bold's C-47 cargo plane emerged from the clouds. Instantly he saw a Japanese Zero diving toward him, his 20 mm cannons blazing. Frantically, the lieutenant dove his plane deep into the dark ravines surrounding the rocky crags below, suddenly realizing he was trapped in a canyon from which there was no escape. Sweat poured from the young pilot's face as in front of him the narrow canyon made a sharp turn to the left. Banking the overloaded freighter into a sixty-degree steep turn, Lieutenant Bold rounded the corner. There, through the front windshield, where the pilot is supposed to see blue sky and sunshine, loomed the towering gray, vertical mass of solid granite, toward which he was accelerating at over two hundred miles per hour. In the distance, the lieutenant thought he heard a faraway cry for divine help. He looked around, but there was no one there; he was all alone, strapped to a flying bomb, hurtling itself toward a granite wall. Then, he heard it again, like someone screaming at the top of their lungs, "Oh God...oh my God...oh...no...!" The Fruit of Atrocity is set in China during WWII. It is the story of one army pilot's struggle for survival and commitment to the girl he loves to provide rescue and refuge to sixteen mixed race war orphans...condemned to die.
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|Size: ||1.2 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781681428451 (DRM-EPUB)|
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