Armageddon - Leon Uris Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552083895 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Leon Uris / Paperback
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Armageddon - Leon Uris Pages: 602 == About the Author and the Book == Ever since Leon Uris burst upon the literary scene with his magnificent novel about the American marines ' Battle Cry ', he has been regarded as a supreme writer about significant events of our times.Following Battle Cry came 'Exodus' and MILA 18, both portraying holocaust as no other.His next mega novel Armageddon is a novel of Berlin and of the invincibility of free men when they stand defiant.. It is the story written about the origin of the cold war in the strife ridden post-war Germany.It is a historical fiction based on facts. == The Story in Brief ... Read the complete review
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