Praise for Harry Turtledove and his novels
"The maven of alternate history."--"The San Diego Union-Tribune"
"Turtledove creates a whole intricate biosphere with a somehow breathable atmosphere."--"The New Yorker"
"Full of gravitas and speculative heft."--"Wall Street Journal"
"[Turtledove] provides brain candy for history buffs."--"Sacramento News & Review"
"Entertaining...Turtledove fans and people who enjoy dystopias will certainly want to pick up "Joe Steele.""--SFFWorld
"If you like playing with 'what-if's' in your fiction, then "Joe Steele" offers you a lot to think about. In the end, I loved it."--Alternate HIstory Weekly Update
Entertaining...Turtledove fans and people who enjoy dystopias will certainly want to pick up "Joe Steele."" SFFWorld
If you like playing with what-if s in your fiction, then "Joe Steele" offers you a lot to think about. In the end, I loved it." Alternate HIstory Weekly Update"
The "New York Times" bestselling author of the Supervolcano trilogy envisions the election of a United States President whose political power will redefine what the nation is and what it means to be American
The Great Depression continues to cast its dark shadow over the country. Desperate times call for desperate measures, so the Democratic Party makes an interesting nomination for their Presidential candidate: California Congressman Joe Steele, the son of a Russian immigrant laborer who identifies more with the common man than with the wealthy power brokers in Washington D.C.
Achieving a landslide victory, President Joe Steele wastes no time pushing through Congress reforms that put citizens back to work. Anyone who gets in his way is getting in the way of America, and that includes the highest in the land. But Steele s homeland political enemies pale in comparison to European tyrants whose posturing seems sure to drag America into war
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