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Publisher's Summary

"An exhilarating ride through an alternate history." (George Galdorisi, New York Times best-selling author) 

The year is 1862, in a world that very nearly was....

In one of the most unsettling "what-if" reversals to American history, the Union Army is overrun at the Battle of Antietam. Left with no alternative, President Lincoln surrenders, and the Confederate States of America becomes an independent nation. It's a tragic twist that will produce dire, far-reaching ramifications. 

As the divided American nations move into the 20th century, slavery has long since been abolished; but in the summer of 1941, America faces another challenge - an existential challenge. Almost a century after the Civil War, the disastrous consequences of the Union defeat are threatening freedom on both sides of the Atlantic. 

The Second World War represents the defining event of the 20th century. History dictates the United States must play the decisive role in defeating Adolf Hitler and the Nazis - but that history is no longer intact. America has been divided into two nations, and the resulting shift in global power has altered the course of the conflict, bringing all of North America and Western Europe to the brink of annihilation. 

In the spring of 1945, as the Nazis are preparing to deliver the final blow, a young academic and a small, elite group of American airmen are about to determine the fate of the world. 

Freedom's very survival is coming down to one, last-ditch mission.

©2019 L&J Publications, Inc. (P)2020 L&J Publications, Inc.

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It’s a robot!

A) for all the Gods! Who edited this? 80 chapters? A chapter should be more than three paragraphs (or three minutes) this made the whole book even more tedious
B) The performer is a fan of the William Shatner delivery “style” Every. Word.Is.A. Full. Stop.
It was easily the most painful part of this audiobook
C) it’s an interesting story. Pretty dark in places, but some interesting plot developments

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Very Well Told

As an alternative history work it was very realistic and well written thank you very much

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Should Have Been So Much Better

This book had a great premise. But much of the story is told in a matter of fact way without going deep into critical moments of the story (ie-take us into the North American High Command Meeting). I had tons of additional examples like this.

Further, the narrator mispronounces words throughout.

I’d look elsewhere for better revisionist fiction.

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Enjoyable and plausible

I am a fan of the alternate history genre. This one didn’t disappoint. A realistic story about how one event can have a ripple effect throughout history. Well done. I enjoyed it.

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wow

amazing story ..the actions of one can change everything. difficult to put down . enticing to the end ..

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It was a decent story, but I felt like the end was rushed just to wrap it up

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Very enjoyable.

Some things I caught. I don't think Panzer III would have done so good against Sherman's. i read at D day German anti Tank rounds would bounce off of Sherman's. Germany never had much of a navy. I don't see how they could mount an invasion. I other than that it really brought historical characters in to focus. it was a page turner for me. I've also read Middle Falls.

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Boring story is all over the place waste of Time!

I cannot remember the guy who was reading the novel,,,I tried to push through,but sleep won over reading,