The Hundred Years Farce

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The United States invaded México in 1846! What if they never left? See what the world might look like if the Old South had acquired the territory of México before the Civil War. This alternative history covers the period from 1846 to 1946 and indulges in political satire that is more relevant than ever. More

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About Scott Skipper

The author is a cranky old man with a twisted sense of humor.

He is retired from the metal fabrication industry and lives in the foothills of southern California with a wonderful wife and three foolish dogs. When not reading or writing he practices genealogy and collects photographs of some rather amazing wildlife. You can see the wildlife photos at the author's website. Look for the bear's eye on the bio page.

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Review by: Barry Flanagan on Feb. 20, 2013 :
Did Spielberg get it all wrong? Should he sack his scriptwriter? The Hundred Year Farce was, of course, the world according to Skipper. For me, Mexico was a history lesson. The remainder I couldn’t wait to see what direction we were heading in next. As an Australian, I was waiting to see if Columbus was going to sail through the Panama Canal (surely they would have built it by then) and weigh anchor in Sydney Harbour, but I was disappointed. Lenin stole the show for me; a great philosopher was Vlad Lenin. Enjoyed the novel immensely. Keep up the good work Scotty.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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