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The characters are generally well developed and interesting.
I can only say that this does not describe my experience: both books had me completely hooked and I am looking forward to the next in the series.
One dimensional characters, stereotypes, ridiculous dialogue, repetitious writing, and many needless pages.
Harry turtledove grabs you and holds on until the last word of the final book. Buy this book and series todayPublished 4 months ago by David Christensen
Once more Harry Turtledove has a great start to a alternative history of World War II series. It should be on to read list for 2014Published 8 months ago by Kirk
I've read a lot of books by Harry Turtledove and pretty much liked them all. This series has been interesting from the first entry to this one. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Craig Conover
Every time I start one of Harry's series I get hooked and can't put it down. This one is no exception.Published 11 months ago by SteveB1608
Mr. Turtledove seems to like the way he "speaks" almost to the point of annoyance. I have read all 5 books in the series and *do* want to read the next one, since we're... Read morePublished 12 months ago by William R. Bua
If you are a lover of historical fiction as I am, then i think you'll enjoy this book....particularly if you've got a thing for WWII era settings. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jeff Baxter
This set of books has an intriguing premise, but one which too often gets lost in the minutinae of particular soldiers lives. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Continues to wave together a range of characters in different situations. This can make it difficult to follow at times but still a good read.Published 12 months ago by steve jamison