The Lost Warship
When the Sun Jumped
"The captain wishes to see you, sir," the sailor said.
Craig snubbed the cigarette and rose to his feet. He had eaten and drank sparingly, very sparingly indeed. They had tried to take him to the hospital bay with the others, but he had gruffly refused. There was nothing wrong with him that a little food and water wouldn't cure.
He followed the sailor to the captain's quarters. Unconsciously he noted the condition of the ship. She was a battleship, the Idaho, one of the new series. Craig guessed she was part of a task force scouting the south Pacific. She was well kept and well manned, he saw. The men went about their tasks with a dash that was heartwarming.
The captain was a tall man. He rose to his feet when Craig entered his quarters
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Anyway, despite a terribly boring start and all the silly science and immature writing, the story has enough driving force to keep interest up until the end. For this reason I grudgingly give it 3 stars.
Zapped back in time, a WWII battleship crew faces an advanced prehistoric civilization that is determined to extinguish them.
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There are two women on board, one pregnant, the other the love interest, and the second smartest man in the world is also along for the cruise.
Having a knowledge of science would be a handicap in enjoying this story.
Dinosaurs, volcano, pretty girl and a trader among them. But wait there's more. A race of bad guys that fly planes.