In this alternate history of World War II, the Japanese follow up their Pearl Harbor attack with the successful occupation of Hawaii. Now America is marshaling its military forces - from East Coast to West - to reclaim the islands from the enemy.
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'A plethora of characters, each with his or her own point of view, provide experiences in miniature that combine to paint a broad canvas of the titanic struggle, if at the cost of a fragmented narrative.' - PW.
'An able continuation of the outstanding exploration of the unpleasant WWII alternate scenario that Turtledove launched in Days of Infamy (2004).' - Booklist.
'This is a leaner and meaner, thrilling and thought-provoking in a way that not nearly enough alternative history is. Supremely satisfying speculative combat fiction.' - Kirkus.
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Harry Norman Turtledove was born in Los Angeles, CA on 14 June 1949. After
failing out of his freshman year at Caltech, he attended UCLA, where he received
a Ph.D. in Byzantine history in 1977. His dissertation was on The Immediate
Successors of Justinian: A Study of the Persian Problem and of Continuity and
Change in Internal Secular Affairs in the Later Roman Empire During the Reigns
of Justin II and Tiberius II Constantine (A.D. 565-582).
In 1979, Turtledove published his first two novels, Wereblood and Werenight, under the pseudonym "Eric G. Iverson". Turtledove later explained that his editor at Belmont Towers did not think people would believe the author's real name was "Turtledove" and suggested that he come up with something more Nordic. He ...
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