Elizabeth by Ernest Lutz and John Zeek relates the development of tactical railroads by a small and very unorthodox experimental unit led by a paratrooper who was in Grantville for a wedding when the Ring of Fire happened.
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Sadly, we don't have Euterpe part 3 in this book more's the pity, though with Carrico's story, it would've seemed kind of redundant as his story is largely about pianos, also the focus of Euterpe, but I digress. As seems to always be the case, David Carrico's story was my favorite, though Eric Flint's contribution was a bit more weighty and interesting than his additions to the previous Grantville Gazette volumes. Otherwise, the collection is generally entertaining but not terribly exciting. Other than that, nothing really stood out though nothing was awful either. Anyway, if you really enjoy Ring of Fire stories, then this is a worthwhile addition to the series, but as with previous Grantville Gazette volumes, it's not in any way necessary.
Jun 25, Leelan rated it liked it Recommends it for: Another good book in the Ring of Fire series but not a great book. There are only a few short stories in this edition and they are read all too quickly. The last portion of the book are essays on technology etc that have some bearing on where the Ring of Fire might take the inhabitants of this alternate Earth. There is rather bad news given at the very end of the book.
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This is a grea Another good book in the Ring of Fire series but not a great book. This is a great loss. I generally read when I am away from home, at work on break or some such. I am not in favor of e-books. I like the feel of paper in my hands and gentle music in my ear. I just can't get excited about staring at a computer screen for hours and hours the way I can about a good hardback book. Jun 06, Eric rated it really liked it Shelves: I've just got this book to be picked up at my friend Joie's bookstore so I can't give a review yet, but I know I'll like it.
It's a continuation of the "" alternate-history series, where a very small West Virginia mining town is transported intact to central Germany in the midst of the Thirty Years' War.
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Many authors have worked on this series, and the editors are very strict about keeping the logical consequences of their "one impossible thing" consistent and realistic. The Gazette began as I've just got this book to be picked up at my friend Joie's bookstore so I can't give a review yet, but I know I'll like it. The Gazette began as an on-line project now up to volume 18 or so, I think but proved popular enough that they are selling them in hardcover editions now.
A decent collection of short stories, but too few in number for someone more interested in the characters and stories of the Ring of Fire universe than of essays on technological redevelopment. Jun 23, Thomas Forsythe rated it really liked it. The series is a fun alternate history story that follows a "what if" situation where a small Virginia town is transplanted back in time to the 30 years war in Germany.
Eric Flint writes the series with several other well known authors. This book collects a series of short stories from various authors.
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Jul 28, Tony rated it liked it. Okay tired of anthologies. Apr 12, Mitzy rated it liked it. Most was good, I skipped the parts on how to build a machine gun and how to drill for oil. Nov 19, Kevin rated it really liked it. A nice group of short stories in the series. While these might not serve to advance the primary plots much, seeing the ingenuity and adaptability of the series and the characters is always fun.
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