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Unfortunately, having finished the book, I am rather disappointed.
The problem is that Robert Cowley, the editor, doesn't seem to have much influence with the myriad of authors who contributed essays to the book.
1 by offering interesting looks at alternatives to known history (counterfactuals) written by well known historians.
Every bit as good and thought provoking as the first. I like the fact that not all the essays revolve around military actions; it drives home just how many little things can have... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Troy Teske
I was really excited to read an alternative history book, especially considering some of the specific subject matter here. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Charlie G
The What If? books make you eager to delve back into your history books to read about what really happened and then gets you thinking about these alternate histories and how... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Charles McCall
Volume 2 of the compendium of historical essays about if certain times in history and what would have happened speculations. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mr. Linguist
WHAT IF 2 the follow-up to What is not as large a volume, has very excellent historians writing and is a good counterfactual. Read morePublished 6 months ago by James L. Woolridge
This whole "What if?" series is fascinating but be aware that there is some duplication of chapters among the books. good for a creative class.Published 8 months ago by Bonnie Faherty
An anthology by its very nature eludes being rated overall. If the entire collection held to the standards of Caleb Carr's "VE Day--November 11, 1944" this would be a must in every... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Andrew Carlan
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