I first discovered this story from David's thread on AlternateHistory.com and have been an avid reader since then. This timeline, concentrating upon a properly funded and equipped Fleet Air Arm, with the consequences this has for the Royal Navy and their foes, contains the three essential ingredients required to make this a success. First: it is perfectly believable, and the reader does not have to suspend belief. Second: this is not bogged down in technical detail, but neither does it skimp on detail that supports the conclusions. Finally, it is well-written, with no little humour, making a fine commentary on events as they unfold. I eagerly await future editions.
(reviewed 29 days after purchase)