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Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung

Victor Appleton

Book Overview: 

The US Government is very smartly letting Tom Swift Jr. handle the recovery of its probe to Jupiter. But a mystery missile suddenly intercepts the probe and splashes it in the South Atlantic.

Faced with a huge search task to find the probe on the ocean bottom, Tom soon realizes that the same shadowy group that attacked the probe is competing to find it, and no holds are barred: kidnap, coercion, and lethal force are all in play.

Under such circumstances, what can Tom do? What he does every time, of course! He invents some utterly cool device to get the job done! And his Electronic Hydrolung is just the beginning!

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Chow pushed back his ten-gallon hat and scratched his head dubiously. "Wal, I'm keepin' a net handy to drag you out, boss, just in case."

Tom chuckled and fitted the mask over his face, then made a clean dive into the tank. For the next ten minutes the girls and Chow watched wide-eyed as he swam, walked around, and went through vigorous exercises at the bottom of the tank without once coming up for air.

"Whee!" Sandy exclaimed when Tom finally climbed out. "Make me one, so I can take up skin diving!"

"It's wonderful!" Phyl added admiringly.

Tom took off his mask. "I'm pretty pleased with it myself," he admitted, grinning.

The girls stayed at Enterprises for lunch. Then the group, accompanied by Doc Simpson, flew to Fearing Island so Tom could test his invention in deep water. Boarding a small motor launch, with Doc at the helm, they cruised out to a suitable depth and dropped anchor.

"Don't become too confident, Tom,". . . Read More

Community Reviews

In this installment Our Hero Tom Jr. has to find a missing rocket in the South Atlantic. He invents a special oxygen mask that allows the diver to convert see what directly into air, thus relieving the need for heavy tanks. Tom also invents a sub invisible to sonar, and a system to detect submarines

My name is Bud, and my best friend Tom is the most brilliant eighteen-year-old scientist in the world. He was in charge of a Jupiter rocket responsible for collecting valuable information about the largest planet, but a missile diverted its landing and crashed it into the ocean. We're certain the Br

Interesting tale

This story highlights the joys of engineering and design to solve problems. Some of the times needed to invent something new are a bit unrealistic, but it is nonetheless a good story.

I read this because I hadn't read much Tom Swift and I was doing some archiving work on the Tom Swift Yahoo group. The super-science in the book got a little tiresome. Tom would invent entire new industries, break for lunch and then violate a few laws of physics before heading off to a square dance.

In this daring adventure Tom Swift has to find his lost missle. He will have to dodge enemy bullets and missles, and save the square dance! Will he and America prevail?!?!?

haha.... I loved these books when I was a kid!!! 'pretty sure I read the whole series :)

The Tom Swift, Jr. books were an early favorite. When I entered first grade, I took to reading, as the old saw goes, like a duck to water, even winning a prize for reading the most books in my class. A few years later I discovered The Hardy Boys and Tom Swift, devouring them as fast as I found them.

Interestingly, this is a later series with Tom Swift, Jr. I was a little confused until I realized this. Still as good as the original series.

The Tom Swift, Jr., books were a fun, upbeat, and interesting adventure series published for kids from 1954 to 1971 that promoted science, fair-play, patriotism, and team-work; they were good, positive books. The series served as a sequel to the original Tom Swift series that appeared from 1910 to t

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