Amph From Derlavai to Southern victory: A Harry Turtledove thread

Discussion in 'Archive: SF&F: Books and Comics' started by TheProphetOfSullust, Jan 7, 2006.

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  1. TheProphetOfSullust Force Ghost

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    Discuss the works of Harry Turtledove -- alt-history, fantasy, mixture of the two (Guns of the South would be in the last category.)

    My favorite book is definitely The Victorious Opposition in the Southern Victory series. Despite the fact that you know the war will break out, it's still exciting to read.

    So, what do you think of:

    Stand-alone novels
    Guns of the South
    The Two Georges
    In the Presense of Mine Enemies
    Rulled Britannia


    Pearl Harbor duology
    Days of Infamy
    End of the Beginning


    Lizard invasion
    WorldWar
    In the Balance
    Tilting the Balance
    Upsetting the Balance
    Striking the Balance


    Colonization
    Second Contact
    Down to Earth
    Aftershocks


    Homeward Bound

    Fantasy Civil War
    Sentry Peak
    Marching through Peachtree
    Advance and Retreat


    Fantasy WW2
    Into the Darkness
    Darkness Descending
    Through the Darkness
    Rulers of the Darkness
    Jaws of Darkness
    Out of the Darkness


    Crosstime traffic
    Gunpowder Empire
    Curious Notions
    In High Places


    Southern victory
    How Few Remain

    Great War
    American Front
    Walk in Hell
    Breakthroughs


    American Empire
    Blood & Iron
    The Center Cannot Hold
    The Victorious Opposition


    Settling Accounts
    Return Engagement
    Drive to the East
    The Grapple
    At the Death


    These are the ones I've read (well, except The Grapple and At the Death, which weren't realeased yet.)

    Any other Turtledove fans here?
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