Reader Review

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“The atrocities of war are many, and should not be forgotten. P.O.W. keeps this memory alive, linking a person account from the perspective of one Lloyd King, a civilian worker on Wake Island who was a P.O.W. after the island attacked by the Japanese during the war. From starvation to forced labor brutality, the daily experience of a military prisoner of war come to life here.”

-- Library Bookwatch, September 2006, Page 9

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