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Coup D'Etat (War That Came Early (Del Rey Hardcover))
Coup D'Etat (War That Came Early (Del Rey Hardcover))
by Harry Turtledove
Edition: Hardcover
Price: 16.65

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5.0 out of 5 stars Another interesting book, 17 Dec 2012
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Vintage Turledove ...I did not need to say more..Everyone who loves this author as I Do won't find any reason to be disappointed ...


Dominion
Dominion
by C. J. Sansom
Edition: Hardcover
Price: 7.60

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5.0 out of 5 stars GOOD BOOK BUT THE POLITICAL SERMON WAS UNNECESSARY, 17 Dec 2012
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This review is from: Dominion (Hardcover)
I liked :the plot
I did not liked: the political sermon at the end although to be honest I agree with the author in many points , I thing that in case that the Scottish deice in favour of Independence in 2014 the blame must be appropriated also to some English high `profile media figures who by their dismissive attitude egged on the Scottish.....


1824: The Arkansas War (The Trail of Glory)
1824: The Arkansas War (The Trail of Glory)
by Eric Flint
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
Price: 7.20

5.0 out of 5 stars Maybe it would have been better this way...., 11 Jun 2011
A very interesting book, well researched with occasional flashes of humour.I couldn't bring it down when I started reading it and I couldn't think that it would be perhaps better if the American history had followed this path.I am not privy in Mr.Flint's project but I would be sure that even if the incoming war between the United States of America and the Arkansas Confederation evolves also into civil war in broadly similar lines to the American Civil War (the Abolitionists in Pennsylvania were depicted as ready to form volunteer units to fight alongside Arkansas and ipso facto against the United States Army) it would not been as bloody as the American Civil War let alone the fact that the Emancipation of African Americans could have happened sooner and the Native Americans would have at least the opportunity to have a viable state of their own.I look forward for the next book on the series


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