Book Reviews: Pacific History USS Indianapolis, by Patrick Spencer

Pacific History USS Indianapolis: The True Story Of The Greatest US Naval Disaster (Incredible Secrets of WWII)Pacific History USS Indianapolis: The True Story Of The Greatest US Naval Disaster by Patrick Spencer

  • Print Length: 34 pages
  • Publisher: MouseWorks Publishing (November 4, 2016)
  • Publication Date: November 4, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MXCX9FT
  • My Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

    My Review:

    Since I had read one of his historic books, I expected details, emotion and facts. I was not disappointed in the least. This non-fiction book is a great retelling of little or unknown events that occurred in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. Survivors of the USS Indianapolis attempted to maintain hope after their ship was torpedoed. Afloat in the ocean, the story is chilling with unexpected dangers, mistakes, and unexpected consequences. Yet it was more intense knowing that the events were true.

    Patrick Spencer brings this history to life. He taps the emotion and the personality of Captain McVay as well as Doctor Haynes.

    My Recommendation:

    If you are a student of History, or just enjoy finding out about heroes of World War II thise books is the perfect solution. This historical book is well researched, emotionally written and enlightening.

    Where to Find: Pacific History USS Indianapolis: The True Story Of The Greatest US Naval Disaster (Incredible Secrets of WWII):

    This book is available on Amazon and through Kindle by clicking the link below.

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