Read Armistice (The Hot War, #3) Online Free - Set in an alternate 1950s in which General MacArthur ignites a nuclear war that nearly destroys the planet. The third and final installment in an all new series.
Not only is the outcome of the world’s first nuclear war still to be determined, as the Americans and Russians continue to sling death at each other, but there remains the question of how hard it will be for humanity to rebuild itself from the ashes of destruction that this war has wrought. For can a victor truly be declared when all of humanity has paid the price?
|Title||:||Armistice (The Hot War, #3)|
|Number of Pages||:||430 pages|
July 30, 2017
Action-packed, sometimes humorous, sometime harrowing & disturbing, always page-turning and entertaining final instalment in Harry Turtledove's Cold War/Korean War/WWIII alternate history trilogy, "The Hot War."
RANDOM STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS (and noteworthy passages):
September 03, 2017
Armistice is the third book in the alternate history series “The Hot War”, in which the Korean War goes nuclear. I have previously read Bombs Away and Fallout (The Hot War #1 and #2), and many of Harry Turtledove’s other alternate histories – particularly the “The Great War/American Empire/Settli...
July 25, 2017
Always enjoy alternate history, what if being one of my favorite subjects. Turtledove is one of the best at it so I'm really happy when I get a new one from him. This one is a good ending to the series and is typical Turtledove. If you enjoy pondering what if one thing changed, how would the worl...
July 13, 2017
First off, this is my first novel by Turtledove, who I've heard about for years. I used to teach US and Latin American history, so I really got a kick out of the deft blending of actual historical actors/events with fantasy.
I greatly enjoyed almost everything about this book. The only reason I am...
September 28, 2017
The final installment of the alternate history trilogy about the Korean War turning into a nuclear war . straightforward narrative about something that looks like a more destructive version of world war two. enjoyed the story but was bothered by its taking an unthinkable apocalypse and turning it...
October 11, 2017
I have to admit that I've been a fan of Harry Turtledove's for over thirty years and read quite a number of his books and short stories. And given how prolific a writer he is, that is saying a lot.
I found Hot War: Armistice a good read. The plots are well done and Turtledove is a master of keepin...
October 06, 2017
The first Turtledove novel that I felt might not have been necessary.
Turtledove started the trilogy with a brilliant alternate history premise I've never seen before -- what if Harry Truman had granted Douglas MacArthur's request to use atomic bombs in Manchuria during the Korean War? Since the o...
September 29, 2017
Third book in a substandard Turtledove series, began with premise of using A-Bomb on Chinese in 1950s Korean war.
Turtledove is usually a good read but this series He made USSR too powerful, it is KNOWN in 1950 USA had 299 A Bombs, USSR only had 5, in 1951 USA had well over 500 where USSR (includi...
September 15, 2017
I almost gave up on Harry Turtledove’s Hot War alternate history – which postulates that Harry Truman authorized the use of nuclear weapons early in the Korean War – because volume one, “Bombs Away,” was so unremittingly grim. But I stuck with it through “Fallout” and the conclusion, “Armistice”...
September 21, 2017
In this, the third book in the Atomic War series, both the United States and the Soviet Union have suffered utter devastation thanks to atomic bombs delivered by B-29 Superforts and Tu-4 Bulls. Lives have been overturned as eastern Europe rises up against the Soviet occupation... not to mention s...