By Peter David
YOU SANK the inaccurate BATTLESHIP
in the course of a regimen naval drill at Pearl Harbor, American forces discover a boat of unknown origins that’s crashed within the Pacific Ocean. Lieutenant Alex Hopper, an officer aboard the USS John Paul Jones, is ordered to enquire the ominous-looking vessel—which seems to be a part of an armada of ships which are enhanced and speedier than any on the earth. And that’s whilst the Navy’s radar is going down. Ambushed through a starving enemy they can't see, a small U.S. fleet makes their final stand at the open ocean, armed with little greater than their instincts, to shield their lives—and the area as we all know it.
The authentic novel of the blockbuster film!
in response to the screenplay via Erich Hoeber and Jon Hoeber
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