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Harry Turtledove |
|Release Date:||15 Jan 2002|
|Series:||Worldwar Colonisation 03|
|Number of Pages:||661|
|Categories:|| Science Fiction |
Alternate History / Parallel Worlds
Humanity is still locked in a battle for supremacy with the conquering alien invaders, the Race. The German Reich has finally been subdued and the Race believe it only to be a matter of time before the rest of the planet follows suit. However, they underestimate humanitys desire for freedom and the lengths they will go to gain it.
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Colonization 3 Aftershocks provided no great surprises. In this episode, it’s now the 60s / 70s, the lizards have been on Earth for long enough for children to have grown to adulthood knowing no other world than one divided between the humans and the Lizards. ‘World’ coverage continues to be paper thin, tautly stretched between the twenty or so individuals (human and Lizard) and dozen or so locations that make up this ‘World’ and its Two Billion inhabitants (human and Lizard). I read this because it is ‘time-share reading’, a return to a comfortable, comprehensible and familiar world that is some respite from mundane daily life.
I do note though with some interest that this extended foray into ‘Alternate History’, the sub-genre most likely to approach ‘Mainstream Status’ is in fact running out of history and historical figures to blend into the narrative, in fact later developments, the emergence of a US Space Fleet suggests that ‘Space Opera’, the Classic Sci-Fi ghetto sub-genre might be the only possible future direction of this saga!