Time travel, Nazis, and Albert Einstein. How can you go wrong?
Has a lot of potential, but only read this if you are interested in time traveling to stop Nazis.
Good concept and good hard science fiction characteristics. A little wordy at times. The book "tell" the story at times rather than "showing" the story, though well worth the time time to read.
Interesting premise, decent writing, but not all that exciting, for sci-fi.
This is one of the all-time classics of time travel, Hogan pulls out all the stops with some of history's greats as his cast. If you ever wondered what would have happened if the Nazis won WWII and America stood alone, this will give you some chilling answers. What would you do to change the outcome- would you sacrifice your family, friends, and the whole world you know to get the chance for a 'do-over'?
Very cool time travel story that envolves the future with the USA and Nazi's in the 1970's! Yep, I love time travel. Good read with great descriptions and language. I have nearly 100 "other" time travel science fictions adventures. Will probably regret that I let this one go. But Hogan never disappoints with this 8 out of 10 stars...
It was the most important mission of the war. If it succeeded, no one would ever know . . . TIME: The present, but a present where history has taken a strange course. Hitler has won the war, and the Third Reich dominates the globe. PLACE: America, the last bastion of democracy on earth. MISSION: A daring plan to travel back in time to 1939 and change the outcome of history.
Like a cross between Tom Clancy and Len Deighton, with some C.J. Cheryh thrown in.