Black Wind
by F. Paul Wilson

One of Wilsonís best. A historical horror novel set in Japan, Hawaii, and San Francisco from 1926 to 1945. He presents a revisionist history of the Pacific theater of WW II. FDR provoked Japan into attacking Pearl Harbor and prevented the people there from being warned about the attack. He demonstrates the evil of the governments on both sides and the effects it has on the attitudes of the major characters toward their own countries. He brings out the Japanese point of view clearly. He shows the horror of the black wind is surpassed only by the horror of the atom bomb.

Year Read: 2002


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