The Silver Waterfall
In the desolate middle of the largest ocean on earth, two great navies met, one bent on the conclusive battle, the other lying in ambush.
Six months after Pearl Harbor, Yamamoto again crossed the Pacific with the most powerful naval armada the world had ever seen, this time to finish the job. Nimitz waited for him with what he had, placed exactly where he needed it.
Both admirals depended on their fliers, some veterans of the battle, others raw and unproven. Striking first meant decisive victory.
This is the story of the men who fought World War 2 Battle of Midway over three momentous days in June 1942. Men uncertain, determined, fearful, and courageous. Their story is one of daring and unfathomable loss.
"The Silver Waterfall" is a historic fiction novel of Midway told by today's master of carrier aviation fiction about those who fought in one of the most pivotal and epic naval battles in world history.
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