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  1. Jen­nifer Steese
    September 27, 2011

    Let us not for­get that Reagan’s future vp (Bush) and cia chief (Casey) met with the Aya­tol­la Khome­i­ni behind the back of the then-cur­rent Carter admin­is­tra­tion (trea­son) and arranged for Iran to keep the Amer­i­can hostages until after the elec­tion. In return Iran got, at the very least, a con­duit thru which to ille­gal­ly receive mis­siles and oth­er armaments–which came to light when trai­tor Ollie North got bust­ed tak­ing the mis­sile $$$ and giv­ing it to friends in Cen­tral Amer­i­ca who turned out, nat­u­ral­ly enough, to be drug smug­glers USA-bound. Ah, the good old days…


    • Marcus
      October 5, 2011

      Hi Jen­nifer, I look for­ward to hear­ing what you think about the nov­el — par­tic­u­lar­ly the chap­ters set at the ‘Ronald Rea­gan Bal­lis­tic Mis­sile Defense Test Site’ (aka, Mar­shall Islands). The White­house may change every 4–8 yrs, but the Pen­ta­gon does­n’t. The same sites build­ing nukes (and anti-nuke ‘kill vehi­cles’) are still up to the same tricks as ‘the good ole days’. I think you’ll like it. We’ve all become strange­ly com­pla­cent about our dead­liest threat.


  2. Kel­ley Oden­heimer
    September 29, 2011

    Hi there, May I down­load the pic­ture and uti­lize it on my weblog?


    • Marcus
      October 3, 2011

      Sure thing, Kel­ley. It’s a com­pos­ite of sev­er­al mush­room cloud and explo­sion images, with the bomber and some oth­er details added. Glad you like it.


  3. Wilmer Doogan
    October 11, 2011

    This is a real­ly great blog. Thx to the author


  4. Joe Velikovsky
    October 27, 2011

    This is an utter­ly bril­liant nov­el and — as a work of pop­u­lar fic­tion and mass enter­tain­ment, may well do more for pos­i­tive­ly influ­enc­ing pub­lic opin­ion on the impor­tance of nuclear dis­ar­ma­ment than Sting’s song “Rus­sians”:


    In my pro­fes­sion­al opin­ion — this work sits firm­ly in the lit­er­ary canon along­side the best and most impor­tant works of HG Wells, Arthur C Clarke and Isaac Asi­mov.

    - If you haven’t yet dis­cov­ered “The Peace Bomb” by Mar­cus Gib­son, you have yet to read one of the great­est — and most impor­tant — nov­els ever writ­ten by any­one (includ­ing Don Quixote, Moby Dick, and The Broth­ers Kara­ma­zov). The char­ac­ters, the plot — and the mind-blow­ing nar­ra­tive twists are worth the price of admis­sion alone, let alone that the nov­el is painstak­ing­ly researched and based entire­ly on amaz­ing — and ter­ri­fy­ing real-world facts about nuclear weapon­ry.

    …Bra­vo — and — Encore-!!!

    This work gets my vote as Book Of The Cen­tu­ry.




  5. Steve Gib­son
    November 26, 2011

    Wow! Just fin­ished read­ing Peace Bomb (in a day on iPhone)! What an amaz­ing sto­ry, and so thor­ough­ly researched. Still tak­ing it all in. Amaz­ing, Mar­cus. Well done!


  6. Flossie
    July 25, 2016

    Excel­lent blog! Do you have any help­ful hints for aspir­ing writ­ers?
    I’m plan­ning to start my own site soon but I’m a lit­tle lost on every­thing.

    Would you pro­pose start­ing with a free plat­form like Word­Press or
    go for a paid option? There are so many options out there that I’m total­ly con­fused ..
    Any sug­ges­tions? Thanks!


  7. Lawrence Overy
    August 5, 2016

    What are the laws upon repub­lish­ing paper arti­cles with­in a book? Are there copy­right issues?


  8. mad­den 17 coins
    August 16, 2016

    Your stuff is rather unique


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