Harry Turtledove hailed Island in the Sea of Time as “one of the best time travel/alternative history stories I’ve ever read,” and Jane Lindskold called Against the Tide of Years “another exciting and explosive tale.” Now the adventures of the Nantucket islanders lost in the time of the Bronze Age continues with On the Oceans of Eternity.
Ten years ago, the twentieth century and the Bronze Age were tossed together by a mysterious Event. In the decade since, the Republic of Nantucket has worked hard to create a new future for itself, using the technological know-how retained from modern times to explore and improve conditions for the inhabitants of the past.
Some of these peoples have become allies. Some have turned instead to the renegade Coast Guard officer William Walker. And for ten years, the two sides have tested each other, feinting and parrying, to decide who will be the ones to lead this brave new world into the future.
Now the official battle lines have been drawn. And only one side can emerge the victor…
If Harry Turtledove likes this book, it’s automatically suspicious
Slavish political correctness
Plot holes, spelling errors, politically correct garbage. At times preachy, other times just plain disgusting. The only reason to keep reading is the forlorn hope that the protagonists would die off, thus sparing the reader the author's political opinions. Beyond incredible, it's farcical.