Atlantis (Turtledove)
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(3.7 based on 235 ratings)
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    Opening Atlantis: A Novel of Alternate History | Harry Turtledove

    Opening Atlantis: A Novel of Alternate History

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 4 mins)
    • By Harry Turtledove
    • Narrated By Todd McLaren
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Atlantis lies between Europe and the East Coast of Terranova. For many years, this land of opportunity lured dreamers from around the globe with its natural resources, offering a new beginning for those willing to brave the wonders of the unexplored land.

    Interesting speculation, flat story

    The premise about the colonization of a large landmass mid-Atlantic intrigued me and the alternate history was fascinating.

    Reviewed on October 11 2012 by Alan (Seattle, WA, United States)
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    The United States of Atlantis: A Novel of Alternate History | Harry Turtledove

    The United States of Atlantis: A Novel of Alternate History

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 1 min)
    • By Harry Turtledove
    • Narrated By Todd McLaren
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    England has driven the French from Atlantis, giving King George leave to tighten his control over the colonies. The Redcoats have seized the continent's eastern coastal towns, depriving the Atlanteans of the markets where they sell their goods as part of a strategy to bend the colonists to their will.

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    Liberating Atlantis: A Novel of Alternate History | Harry Turtledove

    Liberating Atlantis: A Novel of Alternate History

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs and 9 mins)
    • By Harry Turtledove
    • Narrated By Todd McLaren
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Frederick Radcliff is a descendant of the family that founded Atlantis's first settlement, and his grandfather Victor led the army against England to win the nation's independence. But he is also a black slave, unable to prove his lineage, and forced to labor on a cotton plantation in the southern region of the country. Frederick feels the color of his skin shouldn't keep him from having the same freedoms his ancestors fought and died for.

    Beyond tedious

    Turtledove is alway wordy.. This takes the cake. Never ending repetitive philoshophic debates and self-reflections. Little action. Not even sure..Show More »

    Reviewed on June 25 2017 by Douglas ()