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Here is a review by John Kersey: "I must say I didn't have high hopes of "The Churchill Memorandum". I thought it would sink under the weight of an ambitious attempt at a Zelig-like alternative history as numerous other works in the genre have done previously. I am happy to say I was wrong and I am thoroughly enjoying it. It is a well-crafted novel of ideas, the most significant of which to my mind is the considerable lost opportunities in terms of technological and social benefit to British society that were caused by the economic and cultural costs of WWII. Anyone who thinks this book is an apology for Hitler or simply a Fifties nostalgia-fest hasn't read it closely enough (or in some cases at all, I suspect)." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Sean Gabb is a writer and broadcaster whose previous novels have been translated into Italian, Spanish, Greek, Hungarian, Slovak and Chinese. He lives in Kent with his wife and daughter. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
What an accumulation of utter silliness!! The plot meanders pointlessly over many pages in which you hope at some stage the author is going to exert some control over his material... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Richie
We find thinks difficult to read on Kindle so therefore haven't even opened it to read it, which is probably a pity as Sean Gabb writes well..Published 18 months ago by Ann Woodhouse
I have only completed the first chapter on my Kindle and the writer has a way of drawing the reader in right from the beginning. I will update this when I have finished the book.Published on 11 Jun. 2012 by Ampers
I finished The Churchill Memorandum at half past one this morning as I was waiting for my Mises Academy lecturer to take to my vid-screen to teach me about Rothbardian factor... Read morePublished on 1 Sept. 2011 by Mr. J. A. Coats