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Publisher's Summary

By the author of breakout World War II era alternate histories Himmler's War and Rising Sun, a compelling alternate-history thriller. After winning World War I, Germany invades America in 1920, marching through California and Texas as a desperate nation resists.
Consider this other 1920: Imperial Germany has become the most powerful nation in the world. In 1914, she crushed England, France, and Russia in a war that was short but entirely devastating. By 1920, Kaiser Wilhelm II is looking for new lands to devour. The United States is fast becoming an economic super-power and the only nation that can conceivably threaten Germany. The U.S. is militarily inept, however, and is led by a sick and delusional president who wants to avoid war at any price. Thus, Germany is able to ship a huge army to Mexico to support a puppet government. Her real goal: the invasion and permanent conquest of California and Texas.
America desperately resists the mightiest and most brutal army in the world, in a battle fought on land, at sea, and in the air as enemy armies savagely march up on California and move north towards a second Battle of the Alamo. Only the indomitable spirit of freedom can answer the Kaiser's challenge.
©2013 Robert Conroy (P)2013 Recorded Books
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4 out of 5 stars
By Brad B. on 01-31-14

Good story in a single shot.

Overall I really enjoyed this story. It was an interesting concept loosely grounded in historical facts and entertaining to listen to. These days, I appreciate authors that can wrap up the story in one book. Sometimes I don't want to start the investment in a long series of books that inevitably end on cliff hanger after cliff hanger. Some people might see the plot as "formulaic" but its that straight foreword manner that made it an enjoyable listen. I only have one criticism; the author had a bad habit of cramming every historical figure he possibly could into the story. I understand that famous figures in military history were young "up and comers" in 1920 and some would conceivably play a role in these events. My issue is the steady stream of notable people that made cameo appearances through out the book in miner or insignificant roles just to add them in. Its starts out as a fun novelty and then becomes a little burdensome as it happens more and more. Its totally worth a credit if you're looking for a fun, straight forward listen.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Johnathon on 06-22-18

Alt History at its best

Even the legendary Turtledove would have to tip his hat to this book. Great introduction into the alternate timeline, great use of both fictional and real life characters, and it all ends with a can't stop listening climactic battle. Story is easily a 9 out of 10 possibly even a perfect 10.

Performance was also fantastic. Many other audiobooks in this genre have performers who totally botch the accents they are going for. Not so here. The performer made excellent use of his voice to distinguish the myriad of characters from one another in a completely believable way. Astounding work!

If you are at all into alt history this is a must listen and even if you aren't give it a go anyway.

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