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My Tank Is Fight!

My Tank Is Fight!

by Zack Parsons

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Soldiers that fly!
Tanks that fly!
Cruisers that . . . sink!

What Fight Have Been

My Tank Is Fight! contains a humorous and exciting examination of twenty real inventions from World War II that never saw the light of day. Each entry includes full technical details, a complete development history, in-depth analysis, and a riveting fictionalized account of the invention's success or failure on the battlefield. Lavish color artwork and technical illustrations are falling from the pages of this book like toenails from a trench foot.

Dive under the Atlantic in the turreted U-Cruiser, or rule its surface from an aircraft carrier made out of ice. Shred bomber formations in a high-performance flying wing fighter and then rocket to your untimely end from the cockpit of your very own suicide missile. We've got a pair of German armored land vehicles for you that are so large they had to be powered by naval engines!

My Tank Is Fight! delivers the thrilling action of the Second World War as it might have been with a touch of humor and a lack of class. Only the slow-witted are reading this anywhere other than in line at the cash register. Ask an adult to help you if you're still not sure you want to buy the book.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780806534923
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 10/01/2006
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 902,324
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Zack Parsons is the author of the nonfiction books My Tank Is Fight! and Your Next-Door Neighbor Is a Dragon, as well as the darkly humorous science fiction novel Liminal States. He lives in Chicago.

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"Narrator Patrick Lawlor takes the author's cue and uses every opportunity to entertain.... his 'Hitler in a temper tantrum' could win an Oscar." —-AudioFile

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