The Great War: Breakthroughs - Harry Turtledove Reviews
Description:ISBN 0345405641 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Harry Turtledove / Edition: Reprint / Mass Market Paperback / 624 Pages / Book is published 2001-07 by Del Rey Books
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Harry Turtledove in generalTurtledove is the best (312 words)
by Cammij - written on 04/06/01, updated on 04/06/01 (Useful, 19 readings)
alternate history works. I also love harry harrison who writes similar work. It is either going to be hit or miss with you and Turtledove, either you have a mind that wanders into countless what if scenarios everytime you read history or current events or you have a mind that discounts fantasy as a medium for conscious growth. You can get professional summaries and reviews of Turtledove off of Amazon and I won't begin to mettle in that stuff, I just wished someone had told me the man existed years ago. I get this giddy excited feeling as I count down the days until his new books are released, that is something I never felt before. My favorite series are the ...
Worldwar: In the Balance - Harry TurtledoveSaving Private Zrqkjq-Vzx (555 words)
by spacemonkee77 - written on 31/05/01, updated on 31/05/01 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I am a sucker for alternate history Sci-Fi which is why this book attracted my attention. It is the first in a trilogy covering an invasion of earth by a fleet of huge ships from a race of Lizard creatures. So far, so V. What makes this book singular is that it is set in W W II. The invasion by a vastly advanced race forces earth to halt the conflict and in some way unite to defeat a common foe. Now I am also a complete sucker for WW II related stuff, (which means I will go and see "Pearl Harbour" even though I KNOW it will be a pile of pants) and it was the prospect of spitfires and messerchmidts battling with saucers that grabbed me. I think that that war was the ...