D. Clayton Meadows takes you on an edge of your seat jouney into the world of the submariner. This is a nerve-racking tale of how men and machines would react to a mysterious threat that the major powers fear but cannot understand. In an intriguing science fiction twist, Meadows puts a World War II German U-boat in suspended animation in the frozen Arctic ice. Waking some sixty years later, the thoughts of the Captain and crew are to get home. Unaware the war they fought so long ago is over the U-boat encounters ships of Russia, Britain, and the United States. The result is a frighteningly realistic yarn of three men who must overcome their own demons to save the world.
Sci-fi, submarine adventure
Clever story with fast-paced, submarine action! A wonderful twist on the submarine world of warfare and science fiction. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
Comments on “Of Ice and Steel”
I enjoyed this book’s story but reading this book was difficult because of the numerous grammatical, spelling and syntax errors on almost every page. This book was clearly not proofread, but needed it so badly that it should be rewritten in it’s entirety. I have a degree in medicine and a hobby in English grammar. This storyline is worth saving but is poorly written.