/ alternative histories
Can anyone recommend interesting (rather than academic) books about the Axis winning WWII? Or any other alternative histories.
I'll be honest, novels are as good as non-fiction :-)
yes, son.. :-)
Does it cover the 1940's? the review just says it's set in 1964.
SS GB by Len Deighton
A couple that I have read that are interesting are "the plot against America" by Phillip Roth and "resistance" by Owen Shears.
Alternative history is one of my favourite genres! "Ruled Britannia" by Harry Turtledove is an interesting one I enjoyed.
Alternatively my own alternative take on the history of climbing might be worth a look ;-)
you could try
"the man in the high castle"
by PK Dick
also for a selection of ideas
"what if"and "more what if"
Plan Red is a scary alternate history!
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