Writer, historian, and geologist Simon Winchester reconstructs the events of August 27, 1883, the day an explosive volcanic eruption off the coast of Java destroyed the island of Krakatoa. Winchester examines how this cataclysmic event still affects the world today.

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  • Simon Winchester writer, historian, and geologist

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