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Hitler’s War by Harry Turtledove

A fun read and very a typical “Turtledove” novel. The Alternative History pviot point for this book is that Hitler starts WWII earlier then in our timeline. Here the war starts with an invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1938 as opposed … Continue reading

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Boneshaker (The Clockwork Century, #1) by Cherie Priest

Boneshaker by Cherie Priest My rating: 3 of 5 stars The thing I liked the most from Cherie Priest’s Boneshaker are her wonderful detailed descriptions of this alternate world. She brings to life this interesting and strange alternate steam punk … Continue reading

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Weapons of Choice by John Birmingham

A fun reading and fascinating concept.  John Birmingham hasn’t disappointed again in this my second book under his authorship. The battle descriptions while enjoyable (read like a Clancy Novel) were a little long in some areas (like the first 100 … Continue reading

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1945: A Novel by Robert Conroy

Excellent alternate history novel!  Robert Conroy created a (IMO) very plausible story of what events might have been if the Japanese had not surrendered after the dropping of the atomic bombs.  I also like the fact that he uses major … Continue reading

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1901 by Robert Conroy

Just a fun read! This was Mr. Conroy’s first book and while the prose was not the best it held my interest and kept me turning the pages. The alternate history point of departure is very unique (Germans invading the … Continue reading

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1862: A Novel by Robert Conroy

A solid alternate history novel! The book has a nice moving plot, with some interesting insight into the war and era. What I like most about Conroy is that major historical figures also play major roles in his novels. Recommend … Continue reading

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Weapons of Choice (The Axis of Time Trilogy, Book 1)

A fun reading and fascinating concept. John Birmingham hasn’t disappointed again in this my second book under his authorship. The battle descriptions while enjoyable (read like a Clancy Novel) were a little long in some areas (like the first 100 … Continue reading

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