An unstoppable force...
Hidden by a sliding glacier in a secret cove on Siberia’s Chukchi Peninsula, the Imperial Japanese Navy’s largest carrier Yonaga has been trapped in ice for the past 42 years.
Manned by samurai and commanded by Admiral Hiroshi Fujita, the crew survived on fish and seaweed whilst ensuring the ship remained in top fighting form and staving off countless enemy advances.
Although many crewmen died during their years in the icy Arctic graveyard, in 1983 the carrier broke loose and steamed south through the Bering Sea.
Her crew were determined to carry out their orders to attack Pearl Harbor and they caught the US Navy by surprise, destroying a carrier and a battleship in the process.
While a shocked world counted the dead, the normally full proof Chinese system of laser equipped satellites went into malfunction.
Without warning, the skies all over the world were filled with deadly beams — every jet and rocket was instantly destroyed.
Only reciprocating engines were able to function, leading to a mad global scramble for World War II ships and planes.
Out of the ashes a brave new world arises.
Libyan madman Kadafi seeks to become the most powerful man in the world, a leader at the heart of a fiendish plan for global domination.
As not only the most powerful carrier of its time, but the only ship whose crew has always stalked her decks, Yonaga is the most formidable fighting force in the world.
And with Admiral Fujita on the bridge, no force is too great to stop her brave and passionate samurai crew.
Return of the Seventh Carrier is the second book in the Seventh Carrier series, following on from The Seventh Carrier.
Peter Albano (1922-2006) was a US writer who served in the US Navy 1942-1946. He is known mainly for the nine-book Seventh Carrier sequence of military adventures staring the World War Two Japanese aircraft carrier Yonaga.
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