MacArthur's War: A Novel of the Invasion of Japan

      MacArthur's War: A Novel of the Invasion of Japan
Just as Fox on the Rhine and Fox at the Front showed readers an alternate Europe in which Hitler had been killed, thereby radically changing the course of World War II, Douglas Niles and Michael Dobson bring us the Battle of Midway with a very different outcome The Allies are wildly out maneuvered and sent home in disgrace Back in the States things are looking rather grim as the ultra secret Manhattan Project runs into snafus that greatly delay the final production of the atomic bomb President Roosevelt s approval ratings drop dramatically Congress is desperate and the country cries out for a hero That hero might just be Douglas MacArthur, who vowed that he would return to his beloved Philippines He plans to do so with the backing of the entire US Armed Forces.MacArthur s plan of action is simple take the war back to the Japanese, island by bloody island, until standing on the shores of Japan, he can proclaim victory And possibly gain the leadership of the United States as well. Free Download Kindle ePUB MacArthur's War: A Novel of the Invasion of Japan author Douglas Niles –

Douglas Niles is a fantasy author and game designer Niles was one of the creators of the Dragonlance world and the author of the first three Forgotten Realms novels, and the Top Secret S I espionage role playing game He currently resides in Delavan, Wisconsin with his wife, Christine, and two Bouviets, Reggie and Stella He enjoys playing his guitar, cooking, and visiting with family.

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      MacArthur's War: A Novel of the Invasion of Japan
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  • Hardcover
  • 492 pages
  • MacArthur's War: A Novel of the Invasion of Japan
  • Douglas Niles
  • English
  • 12 April 2019
  • 0765312875

10 thoughts on “ MacArthur's War: A Novel of the Invasion of Japan

  1. Ian Davison says:

    Better than I expectedA good, well thought out book and on a par with their other books The characters are very believable Well worth reading.

  2. Christopher says:

    Let me start by saying that I m a huge fan of alternate military history and was really looking forward to this book However, as I ready along I was somewhat disappointed Why this book does fall in the genre of alternate history it isof a backdrop to the story of the various characters While it made for in interesting and sometimes exciting reading does not quite live up to the alternate history genre.SPOILER ALERTStarting w...

  3. Rich says:

    I read this on the flight to and from Australia It s goo airplane reading Michael Dobson, the co author, is a friend and many mutual friends appear as characters I myself am badly wounded although the wound turns out not to be bad enough to get me sent back to the States The character of MacArthur is the most vivid in the book, as he undoubtedly would expect His vanity is a bit over emphasized someone with no knowledge of MacArthur m...

  4. Chi Dubinski says:

    This novel is an alternate history of World War II what would have happened if the Japanese had won the Battle of Midway I don t know enough about World War II history to enjoy this book as alternative history The focus is one military action ...

  5. Loren says:

    Not a particularly deep story or book and MacArthur seems to beof a character than a real historical figure He s so extreme and so ridiculous at times that you can t help but hate him even if you know and rather like him Some...

  6. Justin says:

    A very good, yet somewhat rushed, depiction of an alternate history in which the Battle of Midway is a tactical victory for the Japanese and the Manhattan Project is plagued with problems Not as riveting as the Fox on the Rhine duology, perhaps because a lot of was condensed ...

  7. Stefan says:

    This insightful, entertaining alternative history of Pacific Theater was much better then I anticipated The multiple viewpoint characters, well described historical figures especially Douglas MacArthur , the many sub plots, ...

  8. Dan Braun says:

    A nice alternate history that is not so diferent from our hstory It is quite believable The portrayals of MacArthur, Roosevelt, Patton, and others are quite good.It could have easily happened this way.

  9. Brian says:

    I m such a sucker for Alternate History This book supposes that the Manhattan Project was a flop, that the US Navy lost the Battle of Midway, and that Gen MacArthur was given the greenlight to invade Japan.

  10. Steven Raszewski says:

    Good alternate fiction.

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