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harry turtledove

  1. Anthony G Williams

    The Case of the Toxic Spell Dump by Harry Turtledove

    It's been a long time since I read any of Turtledove's work and this one (along with a few others) has been sitting in my reading pile for years. A reorganisation of the large pile into several neat stacks (thereby allowing me to enjoy the illusion of progress) happened to bring this book to the...
  2. BolianAdmiral

    Harry Turtledove

    At the suggestion of Dave, I figured I'd post this here... I happen to enjoy Harry Turtledove's writing. I have read Guns of the South, and enjoyed it. I really like the whole alternate history subgenre, mostly because it's stuff I write about a lot. To summarize without spoiling the whole...
  3. Anthony G Williams

    The Guns of the South by Harry Turtledove

    Four weeks ago I reviewed A Rebel in Time by Harry Harrison, concerning an attempt by a racist American to travel back in time to give the plans for the Sten sub-machine gun to the Confederate side of the American Civil War in the hope of changing the outcome. The Guns of the South has the same...
  4. B

    Harry Turtledove - In at the Death (another sequal after this book?)

    This ends the Settling Accounts series, but leaves quite alot of loose threads. Any Ideas if Turtledove will write more in this universe?
  5. R

    Where are you Harry Turtledove?

    I, personally, am quite a fan of the alternative history mini-genre. I was dissapointed to see that Harry Turtledove was not included in any of the forums, as he is my favorite author and one of the most acclaimed authors of alternative history. I have always considered this part of...
  6. B

    Turtledove, Harry: Anyone read his books?

    Anyone read his books? Has anyone read the books by Harry Turtledove? His alternate history books were very enjoyable. I've read The Guns of the South and the Worldwar series.