Tag Archives: Alternate History

The Man in the High Castle, by Philip K. Dick: A Review

Alternate histories constitute a significant sub-genre in science fiction (although sometimes they stray more into fantasy), even if their writers’ grasp of historical subtlety is not always commensurate with the size of their endeavour. It’s very hard, for example, to … Continue reading

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Bring the Jubilee, by Ward Moore: A Review

Bring the JubileeĀ is an unusual book, in that it posits that rather than losing the American Civil War, the Southern states won the war following victory at the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863. Told from the point of view of … Continue reading

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