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    What if ...

    Given how so many people play the what if game, this book was tantalizing because it subverted the what if genre. Instead of what if the Germans had won WWII, it presents a what if they had a plan set up to eventually rise from its ashes. Although not a brand new concept, this book blends many genres together, including thriller and SciFi. It's a great read that speeds along and although you can see most of it coming, the action develops fast enough that you are not too disappointed. Unless you are a conspiracy but and you feel someone has stolen your thunder. Great quick travel read.
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    Non Stop

    The imagination gone into this book is wild. This had me flipping til I could get to the end.
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    Second World

    Makes you think as many Nazi's disappeared after WWII. What a great read
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    Nazis strike back in a crazy story

    SecondWorld by Jeremy Robinson is a Nazi horror tale with some awesome action scenes and an interesting and unique plot that grabbed my attention and held it all the way through. There was a bit of predictability, but I think that comes with the territory when one writes a good vs. Nazi's story. Still, there were even more surprises that outweighed any Nazi predictability. All-in-all, this book is very cool. I really loved it! Give it a read, why don't you? Then read the shorter after story, Nazi Hunter: Atlantis!
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    Action packed; exciting but not very credible

    This book is certainly exciting, and action packed. It's science fiction in that the device the protagonist is seeking, and hoping to stop, does not actually exist in the real world. Are all of the successes of the characters credible? Well, no... all too often, they are inches from death, and survive... time after time.
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