In the distant future, Earth's oceans have dried up, leaving a vast sandy desert in their place. On this inhospitable planet lives Sam, a boy whose older brother went missing years ago while chasing the sand whale, a behemoth that lurks beneath the sand. Now, Sam has teamed up with the local gang of sand pirates, and has dedicated his life to hunting the whale down himself. But when the boy accidentally rescues a mysterious girl from a fleet of military ships, little did he know that she'd be connected to his long lost brother...
Do you enjoy Naval combat? Do you like cat and mouse games that captians of ships pull in manuvers that involve depth charges, hard to port, or running silent? Then you might enjoy these two.If you liked Silent Service for the ship combat you might enjoy Ozma (Ozuma). Now don't let the sandy desert landscape of Ozma fool you; ships here navigate through the sands.
However, if you saw Ozma and want more ship battles try out Silent Service. Both series are short
In present day Japan, during what should have been a routine training exercise, Captain Umeza and the battleship Mirai are suddenly hit by a storm, sending them back in time to the middle of World War 2. Armed with state-of-the-art technology, the Mirai could alter the course of history; but for its crew, the situation presents a moral dilemma: do they have the right to meddle with history, even to stop the most dreadful tragedies of the war, when even the smallest acts could have unforeseen consequences?
So did you like a title where there is Navy What-If's?
In Zipang, it is What if the Japanese navy had a modern Warship sent to WWII era... what would be their mission? would they get involved with the war, and change it's outcome?
In Silent Service, what if you were entrusted with the most state of the art, Nuclear Sub, and your ideals clashed with your Home country.
Both of these naval titles were penned by the same author, and share many elements. If you enjoyed one, you should enjoy the other.