Alternate Generals II
Napoleon is in New Orleans in William Sanders's ""Empire""; the German Empire thrives in 1929 in Harry Turtledove's ""Uncle Alf""; Pancho Villa's about to become the vice-president in S.M. Stirling and Richard Foss's ""Compadres""; and General Patton gets a new diary in Roland J. Green's ""George Patton Slept Here."" In Alternate Generals II, a collection of 13 wild speculations for those who enjoy specifically military alternative histories, Harry Turtledove (Colonization: Aftershocks) also gathers stories from the likes of Chris Bunch, Michael F. Flynn and Susan Shwartz.
Reviewed on: 06/01/2002
Release date: 06/01/2002
Mass Market Paperbound - 378 pages - 978-0-7434-7186-2
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