A story of survival in the nuclear age. What happens when the lush tropical island you know and love is about to be torn apart by a nuclear explosion? A US Navy Admiral, a Marine Corps General, a Catholic Priest and Catholic nun, and a small Bikini Island girl are locked in a titanic struggle of survival. Some will win and some will lose everything. Most will just survive to go on as best they can.
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Steve Walker was born in Long Beach, CA in 1946. After finishing high school, he left home and lived alone in apartments for two years, while working at low skilled jobs to support himself. He then received his military draft notice and volunteered to join the United States Marine Corps. After six months of training, he was sent to Vietnam as a rifleman, or grunt. He survived a full year of combat before going home. He immediately enrolled at Long Beach City College, where he graduated two years later, then enrolled at Cal Poly Pomona as an Electronic Engineering student. After graduating with a B.S. in Engineering, he went to work for Hughes Aircraft in Culver City, where he worked for eight years designing weapons. He married a Korean lady in 1975 and has been married to her for forty years. He has two children and two grandchildren. He has traveled to forty-four countries in the past fifty years. He worked as an engineer for 38 years, then retired and has written three books in the last eight years. His other two books are ‘Eighteen With a Bullet', and ‘Escaping the Plantation’. All three are available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle format.
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