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1636: The Kremlin Games (Ring of Fire Series Book 13) Kindle Edition
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I maybe made 3 chapters of progress before deleting this publisher travesty as pure optical torment.
This is what drew most of to the series in the first place, and it's just refreshing to get back to it. No longer are we expected to pay for the opportunity to memorize who is whose third cousin once removed in Grantville.
It's about having fun again.
The principal characters are Bernie Zeppi, a young auto mechanic who is drinking himself into oblivion from PTSD arising from the "Battle of the Crapper," Vladimir Gorchacov, a Russian nobleman who is seeking technical knowledge and confirmation of the Ring of Fire, and Vladimir's lovely sister, Natasha.
Bernie accepts a position as an adviser and sets off to Russia, where to his surprise, he finds a purpose in life. Along the way, he manages to bring Russia out of the dark ages and find a woman to love.
The Czar of all the Russias and Czarina become major characters, as do many smaller role players. This is not a stand-alone novel and leaves the reader in suspense. Overall a very entertaining work by authors Flint, Huff, and Goodlett. Four stars; recommended.
Since there is only one up-timer, the story develops more like a thought experiment.
My only complaint is, since the story (necessarily) overshoots the timeline of the other books by so much, we're unlikely to see a sequel for some time.
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