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The Grantville Gazette, Vol 1
The Grantville Gazette Vol 1
Author: Eric Flint (Editor)
Grantville, formerly in West Virginia in the 20th century, now in Germany in the 17th century, is the most unusual town in the world -- and probably in any century. The mysterious cosmic phenomena which the former West Virginians call the "Ring of Fire" hurled the town back through time into the middle of the Thirty Years War. In spite...  more »
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780743488600
ISBN-10: 0743488601
Publication Date: 10/26/2004
Pages: 368
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Publisher: Baen
Book Type: Paperback
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Grantville--the American town lost in 16th century Germany . . .
Ed Piazza, the Secretary of State of the small United States being forged in war-torn Germany during the Thirty Years War, has a problem. A religious conference has been called in nearby Rudolstadt and religious freedom is at stake, threatened alike by intransigent theologians and students rioting in the streets. As if that weren't bad enough, a Calvinist 'facillitator' from Geneva is maneuvering to get the U.S. involved with a revolutionary movement in Naples. Virginia DeMarce's 'The Rudolstadt Colloquy' is just one of the stories in the GRANTVILLE GAZETTE. In others, Eddie Cantrell learns lessons in life and marksmanship from a Viet Nam war tunnel rat; four American teenagers launch a new industry in the face of adult skepticism; and much more, including a new short story by Eric Flint. Also several factual articles by some of the people who developed the background for the novels 1632 and 1633.
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