Pocket History: When the World Stood Still
When the World Stood Still is part of the Pocket History series - a conveniently portable, stylishly packaged and eminently collectible set of twelve books that each open a window onto a selection of remarkable stories, characters and themes from the past. How different would our world be if Christopher Columbus had turned for home when his crew grumbled that they had sailed too long? How long would World War II have gone on if atomic bombs hadn't brought it to a swift and terrible end? When the World Stood Still is a fascinating account of sixteen of the greatest, course changing moments in history.
- Paperback | 240 pages
- 108 x 170 x 18mm | 199.58g
- 01 Jul 2011
- MURDOCH BOOKS
- Millers Point, Australia
About Joseph Cummins
Joseph Cummins is the author of History's Great Untold Stories, History's Greatest Hits, Turn Around and Run Like Hell, Great Rivals in History, Cast Away, First Encounters and Eaten by a Giant Clam for Pier 9, as well as Anything for a Vote: A History of Dirty Tricks and October Surprises in America's Presidential Elections (Quirk). He has also edited two anthologies for Lyons Press, Cannibals: Shocking True Stories of the Last Taboo on Land and at Sea (2002) and The Greatest Search and Rescue Stories Ever Told (2001), and written a novel called The Show Train (Akashic Books, 2001). He lives in Maplewood, New Jersey.