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In the Clutch of the War-God

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In the Clutch of the War-God by Milo Hastings is a gripping and intense story that follows the journey of an American engineer caught in the midst of World War I. The novel expertly captures the horrors and brutality of war, as well as the emotional toll it takes on those involved.

Hastings does a fantastic job of showcasing the camaraderie and bond that forms between soldiers, as well as the stark contrast between the front lines and civilian life. The protagonist's struggle to navigate the chaos of war while trying to hold on to his humanity is both poignant and heart-wrenching.

The pacing of the book is fast-paced and keeps readers on the edge of their seats, with plenty of action and suspense to keep them engaged. Hastings incorporates vivid descriptions that make the scenes come to life, allowing readers to fully immerse themselves in the story.

Overall, In the Clutch of the War-God is a powerful and thought-provoking novel that sheds light on the harsh realities of war. Hastings' writing is both compelling and impactful, making this book a must-read for fans of historical fiction or war novels.

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In three parts, from Physical Culture magazine, July - September, 1911. In this story, the author warns of the coming of a world war between Japan and U.S. While the Japanese have a superior society, they suffer from food shortages and over-population so go to war with the U.S., who is plagued by a society of ill health and habit. Some predictions are remarkably accurate. The story itself was commissioned by Bernarr Macfadden, who was an early proponent of health and fitness in the U.S. and founded the magazine publisher McFadden Publications. - Summary by Kate Follis

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