Red Dawn (Timeline 10/27/62 Book 4) James Philip

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Red Dawn (Timeline 10/27/62 Book 4)  by  James  Philip

Red Dawn (Timeline 10/27/62 Book 4) by James Philip
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It is January 1964 in an alternative timeline in which the swinging sixties never happened. A little over a year has passed since the Cuban Missiles War of late October 1962.Red Dawn, spawned as Josef Stalin’s answer to America’s atomic monopoly inMoreIt is January 1964 in an alternative timeline in which the swinging sixties never happened. A little over a year has passed since the Cuban Missiles War of late October 1962.Red Dawn, spawned as Josef Stalin’s answer to America’s atomic monopoly in the late 1940s has fomented full scale insurrection in Washington DC and almost sparked a war between the World’s two remaining nuclear superpowers.But the real fury of Red Dawn – Krasnaya Zarya – is unspent and time is running out.Now is a time for charismatic leaders to come forward...The Timeline 10/27/62 – Main Series is:Book 1: Operation AnadyrBook 2: Love is StrangeBook 3: The Pillars of HerculesBook 4: Red DawnBook 5: The Burning Time (Available 1st July 2015)Book 6: Tales of Brave Ulysses (Available 1st January2016)Later in 2015 the first two books in the Timeline 10/27/62 – USA Series which seeks to explore the American experience of Armageddon from an entirely American point of view will be published as follows:-Book 1: Aftermath (Available 27th October 2015)Book 2: California Dreaming (Available 27th October 2015)Book 3: The Great Society (Available 26th January 2016)A PERSONAL NOTE FOR MY READERSThe books of the Timeline 10/27/62 series are written as episodes- they are instalments in a contiguous narrative arc.

The individual ‘episodes’ each explore a number of plot branches, and develop themes continuously from book to book. Inevitably, in any series some exposition and extemporization is unavoidable but I try – honestly, I do – to keep this to a minimum as it tends to slow down the flow of the stories I am telling.In writing each successive addition to the Timeline 10/27/62 ‘verse’ it is my implicit assumption that my readers will have read the previous books in the series in sequence, and that my readers do not want their reading experience to be overly impacted by excessive re-hashing of the events in previous books.Humbly, I suggest that if you are ‘hooked’ by the Timeline 10/27/62 series that reading the books in sequence will – most likely - enhance your enjoyment of the experience.



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