The Day The Oceans Overflowed

PDF The Day The Oceans Overflowed By Charles L Fontenay A WORLD DESTROYEDIt Was November, 1997, And The Governments Of The World Had Pooled Their Scientific Resources To Solve The Population Explosion Their Plan Was To Open Up An Entire New Continent By Slowly Melting The Polar Regions With Atomic Heat.The Project Had Been In Operation Only A Month When A Sudden Buildup Occurred In The Reaction Before It Could Be Checked The Most Massive Hydrogen Explosion The World Had Ever Seen Was Set Off.Tidal Waves 150 To 200 Feet High Swept Over The Earth Torrential Rains And Earthquakes Claimed Millions Property Dam Age Was Incalculable Refugees Swarmed Over The Country Like Locusts, Looting And Killing In Their Quest For Survival.It Was A World Where Only The Most Ruthless Men Could Hold Out Against The Terrible Flood That Threatened Extinction For The Whole Human Race.The Day The Oceans Overflowed

Charles Louis Fontenay was an American journalist and science fiction writer.He wrote science fiction novels and short stories His non fiction includes the biography of prominent New Deal era politician Estes Kefauver.Mr Fontenay served as editor of the Nashville Tennessean, among other newspapers, worked with the Associated Press and Gannett News Service He retired to St Petersburg, Florida w

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  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • The Day The Oceans Overflowed
  • Charles L. Fontenay
  • 09 August 2017

10 thoughts on “The Day The Oceans Overflowed

  1. says:

    Excellent look at doomsday thoughts very early in the 20th century Not as good as When Worlds Collide and After Worlds Collide, but still a good little read.

  2. says:

    Enjoyable but not exceptional doomsday story In its favour, the tidal wave scenes are probably realistic than most but, because of that, they are not as spectacular and exciting as they could have been The story also falls into some of the classic cliches of this type of book but, to be fair, I can t say whether they were cliches back in 1964 when it was w...

  3. says:

    Basically a short story I read it in one day Obviously it held my interest Not exactly 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, but not too bad I think I got it for a quarter.

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