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by - written on 03/05/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
The Kingdom of Ohio is a debut novel by Matthew Flaming and is principally set in the early years of the 20th century, the book is set in New York and includes real historical figures such as Niklas Tesla, Thomas Edison and JP Morgan. The book uses the building of the New York subway as a scaffold to build a story about time travel, the early years of the United States and the battle between Tesla and Edison. The book is written as memories of an elderly man living in Los Angeles writing about events in his own long distant past and the two main characters in the book are a engineer called Peter Force and a beautiful American heiress called Cherie Ann Toledo. ... Read the complete review
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