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Man Who Ended War

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In "Man Who Ended War," Hollis Godfrey presents a thought-provoking exploration of the consequences of war and the potential for peace. The protagonist, John Craig, is a physicist who harnesses the power of atomic energy to bring an end to all conflict on Earth.

Godfrey's narrative is engaging and well-paced, drawing readers into Craig's moral dilemma as he grapples with the ethical implications of his actions. The author skillfully weaves together scientific concepts and philosophical questions, creating a rich tapestry of ideas for readers to contemplate.

The characters in the novel are well-developed and relatable, with Craig serving as a compelling and complex protagonist. His internal struggles and external conflicts make for a gripping story that keeps readers invested until the very end.

Overall, "Man Who Ended War" is a thought-provoking and powerful novel that will resonate with readers long after they've turned the final page. Godfrey's exploration of the human experience in the context of war and peace is both timely and timeless, making this a book worth reading and reflecting upon.

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Jim Orrington, news reporter, is at the office when the Secretary of War brings in a letter--mostly likely a prank--that demands all the nations of the world to disarm in one year or have all their battleships destroyed. This letter, signed "The man who will stop all war", is ignored by Orrington's fellow reporters and by the U.S. government, but he decides to dig deeper. With the help of Tom and Dorothy Haldane, Jim Orrington embarks on an adventure around the world trying to stop the man who is determined to end all fighting before he catapults the entire world into chaos and war! - Summary by Adele de Pignerolles

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