Thanks to everyone who wrote back to say how much they were enjoying or looking forward to the whole Axis of Time story kicking off again. It shouldn’t affect me after so many years. I’m a hard bitten, two fisted writing machine damn it. But thanks.
Hopefully the timing of the hardback release coincides with a scheduled visit to of relatives around Christmas . Having a good book around is a must. The only problem I foresee is reading the whole damn thing in a couple days.
So bloody excited that you have written 3.1. I devoured all of the original books and plan on doing the same with 3.1.
Love all of your books, emails and musings on Gothic.
I am happy to have parted with my dollaryDoos to support your lavish European Vacation.
Dead-tree version coming soon I hope. I don't like killing trees, but I do prefer the dead-tree user experience - a bit like my feelings on dead cows and dead fish.
When I read the first book, Birmo, I read it in about five-six hours.
When will the paperback version of WW3.1 be published? Also did you have to kill off Ike.
I bought the combined book a few years ago and, Birmo, when I first read Stalin's Hammer: Rome I read the whole book in about 5-6 hours.
Love the book and the jump of the tech from the up timers integrating into the 50's. Btw any hope of the Dave getting another book?
I'm glad you put them all in one text, as it would be time-consuming to find their proper order. Fwiw, for insights on the world situation I can highly recommend geo-political analyst Peter Zeihan, who has many insightful YT videos about world affairs.
Harry's getting older, Stalin and Ike have something in common, Kolhammer is still a beast but in a good way, the Quiet Room is mentioned, Slim Jim is rich beyond his dreams but it's probably not his fault, flexi-pads are old tech, hell rains from the skies, but also across the skies, thanks to Davidson Industries. And much more! I'm loving it!
Thanks JB much appreciated
I’ve already finished 3.1 in a single day. Great book and can’t wait for 3.2. Would love to read how Eisenhower chose kohlhammer for VP.
John B, don’t dawdle with the next one please! I’m going to have withdrawals. They were devastating in the time between stalin’s hammer and 3.1!
3.1 was great . . . waiting patiently (who am I kidding) for 3.2 or ?
Is there an ETA for the print version of Axis of Time Reloaded? Amazon doesn't list it yet.
Glad to see the saga continuing. But with tens of thousands of US soldiers dead in central Europe I cannot see an uproar over Slim Jim's satellites at this time. And Roy Cohn was sleazy enough in this TL in the 50s without his tendencies being public, don't see him as a power broker in the 3.1
...the plan is coming together... (steeples fingers).