The Black Heart by Michael Fuson | Books in Review

The author of The Black Heart (CreateSpace, 448 pp., $19.95, paper), T. Michael Fuson, was a Chief Warrant Officer in the U. S. Army and flew helicopter gunships during his 1969-70 tour based out of Chi Lai in South Vietnam.

He has used that experience and his research into anti-gravity propulsion to produce an alternate-reality novel that proposes that some slight variations in the Vietnam War, such as “rapid deployment of small nuclear arms, ” might “have caused significant differences in today’s world.”  That might be an understatement.

Fuson has written a strange and thought-provoking science-based thriller. His website is

—David Willson

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