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Losing its way?,
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This review is from: Coup d'Etat: The War That Came Early, Book Four (Kindle Edition)
If you're a regular reader of Harry Turtledove's books, you'll know what to expect here, multi-character POVs across a sweeping backdrop of alternate history. Its all present and correct here, but...after the "Big Switch" of the third book in this series, this whole book felt as though Harry realised the whole idea was a bit ridiculous (and it was, on a couple of levels) and he spent all of this book unpicking the plot in order to return things to what looks increasingly like alternate history that's not very..."alternate". This version of WWII is different, but is different enough to sustain the narrative over the next few books in the series? I'm really not sure it is.