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Title:  Another Six-Hundred

Author:  J. Daniel Mullin

Reviewer: W. H. McDonald, Jr. – AAA Founder

Historical Fiction that is more accurate than most Non-Fiction History Books!

I never thought I would read a fictional accounting of the first 85 days of WWII in the Pacific that had more truth and information than actual history books have. I was greatly surprised and pleased by what I discovered between the covers of “Another Six-Hundred."  WWII Naval Veteran and author J. Daniel Mullin treats the reader to a “fictional” chronicle of surface naval warfare that paints a picture for the reader of what it was really like.

The events and ships and circumstances are clearly non-fiction but the author is able to weave in a story with characters and side plots that he makes the telling of history both informative as well as entertaining. The details and data supplied in the book will make it a great resource for historians to use for future books. Truly a treasure chest of facts!

The book was originally published in 1984 and lacks some of the gloss and shine of today’s formats but the reader will find it well worth exploring. I fully recommend this tome of WWII Naval Warfare for all history buffs.

 


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