--Tosca Lee, NYT bestselling author -
Tsukasa Yataro was unloading cargo in the storage room at the Eisaku military base
when a sudden sound wave, traveling at 768 miles per hour, hurled him across the room in a
shower of wood and metal. He was saved by a coin.
Atsutane Saori was wiping off the counters at the Inari Clinic when a flash, brighter than
the sun, ignited Hiroshima. She was saved by her brother's death.
30,000 feet above them, Will Jenney was on the plane, The Necessary Evil, documenting the
drop of the world's first atomic weapon. He wished he was dead.
Written from the point of view of the bomb, this is a story of a boy soldier, a nurse with
stormy eyes, and a yellow-headed foreigner. This is the story of when Little Boy fell.
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