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While he nowhere actually says so (and therefore, I don't think I'm giving anything away) expect a Japanese implosion in future books.
One division, even with air superiority and naval gunfire...was not going to beat two dug in divisions defending their own base of supplies.
First, he mostly avoids the embarrassing sex scene (there is one, but it's not too bad and it actually builds a character a little bit).
Love this book. Evidently I love it so much I bought it TWICE! LoL
I had it, then saw it in a book look up and for some reason thought I didn't have it. Read more
I live in Hawai'i and this book scares me silly. Like all Harry Turtledove, it's well crafted and totally believable alternative reality. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kamuela
Excellent alternate history, story keeps going as opposed to other great books that tell a good story then wrap everything up in 5 pages Don't understand why rest of series is... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Thomas Dalfonso
Great alternative history, lots of drama. A bit more violence and negativity than I wanted to deal with at the time so I put it on hold about 3/4 way through.Published 11 months ago by Michael Smith
Never disappointed in Turtledove's writings. Why DIDN'T Japan consider invading Hawaii when it had smashed American naval and air power?Published 13 months ago by BJ Rhatigan
I love the concept, but then I really like what the author has done on all his various series of alternate outcome books.Published 23 months ago by Kathleen
A question that has fascinated historians since the end of WW2 is what would have happened in the Japanese had invaded Hawaii after the December 7th strikes. Read morePublished on May 30, 2012 by Doug Dandridge
This is just a rip off of "Red Sun", by Richard Ziegler and Patrick M. Patterson. Turtledove made it more character driven, but the plot and campaign are all virtually identical.Published on March 22, 2012 by teach123
Days of Infamy is set on Hawaii, in December 1941. In this story the Japanese follow up their airborne attack on Pearl Harbour, with a land invasion. Read morePublished on March 1, 2010 by J.Flood