Alternate history is a genre of its own and this is one of the best I've read. The author has a way of gaining your confidence and the narrative is both involving and exciting. It is, after all, about the conquering of the Americas. Lot of blood, lot of slaughter, but conveyed in a remarkably tasteful and understated way. Though I knew it was fiction, I believed every word.
Man, reading this I could feel the subzero cold of Greenland. This was a harrowing read about men in a hostile environment. It's got all the types of conflict a novel can have. It's got man against nature, man against man and man against himself. This guy knows his stuff.
Not many novels today have this much heart and this much social responsibility. The story might be the story of someone you know. Not sensationalist. Just a good story about real people who think and feel.
I know the Exodus story. Who doesn't? But it was never like this. I was drawn right in and totally involved in this story from the first screen. Wonderful read! Recommend to anyone who enjoys Biblical stories.
A third party in America is the third rail of political discourse. Despite that, this author makes a cogent case for adding a third party to political debate. Whether it will fly or not time will tell, but could we do any worse?
I laughed and shook my head a lot while reading this. This gal has a way of telling stuff about herself that would embarrass the ordinary person, and she does it in a way that is just amazingly candid and honest. When was the last time you could say that about anyone in government?