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The Dreeson Incident - Waste of good paper,
This review is from: 1635: The Dreeson Incident (Ring of Fire) (Hardcover)
I been reading Eric Flint for year now, and loved every minute of his alternative history tales as well as his hugely funny SF tales likes Rats, Bats & Vats etc. This last book "the dreeson incident" is in my opinion, a HUGE disappointment. It basically takes you on a tour around the central European country side while at the same time introducing an endless row of new names on every page (true characters of the book they never become, just one dimensional names). How a book with a total lack of plot made it past the editor at the publishing house I don't understand. In short - DON'T waste your money on this book, and stay away from any future cooperation book that has Virginia DeMarce name on it, as I seriously doubt Eric Flint contributed much to this publication it bears no resemblance of his writing style anyway.