The Only Thing to Fear

The Only Thing to Fear

by David Poyer

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BN ID: 2940014864367
Publisher: Northampton House
Publication date: 08/11/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 791,845
File size: 533 KB

About the Author

Millions of copies of Dave Poyer's thirty-plus books are in print, including THE MED, THE GULF, THE CIRCLE, THE PASSAGE, TOMAHAWK, CHINA SEA, BLACK STORM, THE COMMAND, THE THREAT, KOREA STRAIT, THE WEAPON, THE CRISIS, and THE TOWERS, USA Today best-selling novels of the modern Navy and Marine Corps; and FIRE ON THE WATERS, A COUNTRY OF OUR OWN, and THAT ANVIL OF OUR SOULS, historical fiction set during the Civil War. His work has been translated into Japanese, Dutch, and Italian, and rights have been sold for films and audiobooks.

Poyer holds a master's degree from George Washington University and has taught or lectured at Annapolis, Flagler College, University of Pittsburgh, Old Dominion University, Armed Forces Staff College, University of North Florida, The New College, and other institutions. He has been a writer in residence at Flagler and Annapolis, and a guest on PBS's "Writer to Writer" series and on Voice of America. His fiction has been required reading in the U.S. Naval Academy’s “Literature of the Sea” course, along with that of Joseph Conrad and Herman Melville. He was a founding editor of the New Virginia Review and is currently a consulting editor for other literary magazines. He currently teaches fiction and memoir in the Creative Writing program at Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA.

Website: <www.poyer.com>
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The Only Thing to Fear 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was very hesitant to pick up fiction at a time when I had an abundance of other hard-facts Kennedy books to sate my voracious reading appetite, but Poyer skillfully created plausability and excitement with a premise that is at first questionable and unintriguing. Excellent read, really brings the characters to life - it's a challenging, thought-provoking book that gives history a new depth. Definitely recommend it.