Free World War, The
A free world or perpetual conflict. How much impact can one man have on the future?
In this feat of imaginative writing, Matthew Frend imagines a world in which the year is 2265 and Earth and its populace is a utopia, free-willed and contented, unlimited in its resources, with a past found in virtually accessible simulations. One such simulation is built around General George S. Patton's car accident in 1945. The simulation accesses an alternate world, where General Patton had been killed and the U.S.S.R. spreads its tyranny throughout the post-war world. Patton's homeland will find itself embroiled in another war, where the power of individual sacrifice makes a last ditch effort against the corrupt totalitarian state...
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A fast-paced, thoroughly thought-provoking read. A must-read for alternative history fans. ~ The Paranormal Chronicles.com, Review
Superb read! ~ Event Horizon Online Radio, Review