Bring the Jubilee

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Gollancz, 2001 - United States - 194 pages
53 Reviews

Trapped in 1877, a historian writes an account of an alternate history of America in which the South won the Civil War.

Living in this alternate timeline, he was determined to change events at Gettysburg. When he's offered the chance to return to that fateful turning point his actions change history as he knows it, leaving him in an all too familiar past.

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User Review  - Edward Davies - Goodreads

In terms of alternate history novels, this isn't a bad concept - a world in which the South won the American War of Independence - but it's just too short to encapsulate the entire notion of this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nebogipfel - Goodreads

The book is subtle. Not much seems to be happening until the last few pages. It's an alternative history which questions the consequences of time travel and discusses free will. 7/10 Read full review

About the author (2001)

SALES POINTS* #42 in the Millennium SF Masterworks series, a library of the finest science fiction ever written.* ┐Seminal . . . concise and elegiac┐ Encylopedia of Science Fiction* ┐A classic alternative world story┐ Brian Aldiss* ┐One of the best American writers┐ Ray Bradbury

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