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Fault Island

A Plot for World Domination


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Fault Island by David Swendsen
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NEW NAZIS-NOW READY AND WELL ORGANIZED TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD Mix together, man/woman-against first a lion and then a hammerhead shark. Throw in a diabolical new Nazi organization that has already begun to institute their plan, to-TAKE OVER THE WORLD-by placing nuclear bombs into the most vulnerable Faults throughout the earth. Add in an intriguing island that hosts a 3,800-foot mountain, and is situated 500 miles off the coast of Chile. This island, key to the Nazi plan, sits directly on top of one of the most dangerous and fragile faults in the Pacific Ocean. Enter into this mix, this fabulous island's owner, Jacob VonBrummer, who is dying of a strange tropical disease, but who is determined to create this unbelievable hunter against beast contest. And while fighting to stay alive long enough to create this contest, he is equally determined to stop the new Nazi threat aimed at the major nations of the world-Mix this all together, garnished with an island love affair, sprinkled into this fast moving confrontation-and you have the story of the Isle de Fuerta. FAULT ISLAND
Release date NZ
December 17th, 2008
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations, black and white
Outskirts Press
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