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National Public Radio (California Town Still Scarred by 1964 Tsunami)

National Geographic News
(California Tsunami Victims Recall 1964's Killer Waves)

American History Book Review

Der Stern

Coast Impressions Review

The San Diego Union-Tribune (Wall of Water)

Mail Tribune (Crescent City’s ’64 tsunami)

 Ashland Daily Tidings (The waves broke on Crescent City)

 

Raging Sea Reviews

Published by Citadel Press (Kensington)

“Gripping…Powers interviewed survivors whose stories read like good action fiction…a very readable narrative.”
                — Publishers Weekly

“Drama, heroism, tragedy and pathos, plus valuable information and detail…Ranks with The Perfect Storm and Isaac’s Storm.
                — The San Diego Union-Tribune

“Man’s worst nightmare—a wall of ocean in the middle of the night—really happened in Crescent City, California. There are tales in this book that will curl your hair.”
                —Jim Carrier, author of The Ship and the Storm:
                Hurricane Mitch and the Loss of the Fantome

“Reminds us that tragedy often brings out the best in people, and that’s a story I never get tired of reading.”
                —Wille Drye, author of Storm of the Century:
                   The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935

“A must-read because nature is capable of a repeat performance.”
                —Rob Mundle, author of the international best seller Fatal Storm

“A gripping tale of nature on a rampage…Powers carefully documents how human courage and the will to survive can overcome even a wall of water crashing through the streets.”
                —David G. Brown, author of White Hurricane

“Compelling…You won’t be able to put it down until the end.”
                —Oregon Coast Magazine

“Tightly written, informative, and exciting.”
                — Statesman Journal, Salem, Oregon

“Fascinating, chilling, eye-witness accounts…a must-read.”
                —Tom Sokolowski, Director (retired) of the
                   West Coast & Alaska Tsunami Warning Center

“A compelling, exceptionally, well told story. Magnificent work and very touching!”
                —James P. Delgado, Executive Director, Vancouver
                   Maritime Museum

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