Author: Matt Mitrovich

Book Review: River of Teeth by Sarah Gailey

Book Review: River of Teeth by Sarah Gailey

Hippo ranching? Alternate history can present some of the craziest ideas, plausibly. Read More »

Book Review: Once There Was a Way: What if The Beatles Stayed Together? by Bryce Zabel

Book Review: Once There Was a Way: What if The Beatles Stayed Together? by Bryce Zabel

If you want to see how a rock band can change history.... Read More »

Book Review: A Secret History of Witches by Louisa Morgan

Book Review: A Secret History of Witches by Louisa Morgan

An entertaining historical fantasy told through family drama Read More »

Book Review: All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai

Book Review: All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai

All Our Wrong Todays is one of those rare alternate history books in which our present is the dystopia compared to the alternative. And it's a lot of fun! Read More »

Anthology Review: Altered Europa edited by Martin T. Ingham

Anthology Review: Altered Europa edited by Martin T. Ingham

While there are some great individual stories in Altered Europa, they aren't quite enough to recommend the book. Read More »

Book Review: The Sea Peoples by SM Stirling

Book Review: The Sea Peoples by SM Stirling

The Sea Peoples, the fourteenth book in SM Stirling's Emberverse series, is not a good place to start for people who are unfamiliar with the previous books, but it is definitely worth a read for Emberverse fans. Read More »

Book Review: A Time of Need by Brent A. Harris

Book Review: A Time of Need by Brent A. Harris

A Time of Need, by Brent A. Harris, is a good, if flawed, alternate history focusing on what could have happened if George Washington had fought for the British instead of the American revolution, which was lead by Benedict Arnold. Read More »

Book Review: Armistice by Harry Turtledove

Book Review: Armistice by Harry Turtledove

The final volume in Harry Turtledove's The Hot War trilogy is disappointing, but still worth reading. Read More »

Book Review: At the Table of Wolves by Kay Kenyon

Book Review: At the Table of Wolves by Kay Kenyon

At the Table of Wolves is another alternate history in which people with superhuman powers affect the course of World War II, but it doesn't compare to MJ-12 Shadows. Read More »

Book Review: MJ-12: Shadows by Michael J. Martinez

Book Review: MJ-12: Shadows by Michael J. Martinez

MJ-12: Shadows, the sequel to Michael J. Martinez' MJ-12: Inception, tells an entertaining story about an alternate world where people with superpowers help both sides fight the Cold War. Read More »

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