Taken from that perspective, I enjoyed The Bavarian Crisis. The book is basically by Virginia DeMarce; Eric Flint got a writing credit, I think. The Bavarian Crisis. Review by James Brooks. This review is deliberately vague in order to avoid spoilers. If a good series of books is like a road leading. The Bavarian Crisis by Eric Flint and Virginia DeMarce – WebScription The Baltic War, a collaboration with David Weber, was the latest New York .
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I quite like the sound of it. During the Minicon we were granted the first tour of the mansion since George Bowers death. It’s all a whole lot of fun, and I’d almost give it four stars, only it’s rather slow to get moving, and if you’re not in the mood you could stop reading before it 16334 takes off.
Unfortunately, Maximilian of Bavaria does not want to remarry, and is also rapidly losing his marbles. I hope the rest of the books in the series are not like this one, and more like the first one. bavaian
1634: The Bavarian Crisis
It’s jarring to spend an entire chapter on the road between two towns, and then suddenly the characters crisos halfway across Germany.
The problem is, when the first two books were written the authors didn’t know about it. In the maelstrom that is Europe, even a 20th century copy of the Encyclopedia Britannica can precipitate a crisis, when readers learn of the Portuguese revolt, a crisis that will involve Naples as well.
Jun 14, Barry rated it really liked it. Meanwhile, Ronnie and Mary have travelled to the Oberpfalz region, Ronnie to lay claim to her inheritance from her late husband, Mary to seek funding for teacher training colleges from the local duke.
The previously unknown tenth ring of Dante’s Infer. As for that “Mughals” bit According to the people who try and keep the books in some kind of coherent order the poor, poor foolsthis is the ninth in the series, though of course it takes place before Lists with This Book.
Aug 15, Daniel Bratell rated it liked it.
The Bavarian Crisis – Wikipedia
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I quite enjoyed it!
The maps, genealogical charts and the list of characters came in quite handy. Most of the limited military action that takes place during the course of the story happens off-stage, and as readers, we only get to see the after-effects of surrenders and confrontations.
The ccrisis headings are in Latin. Essentially, the book is about different dynastic alliances and war results to OTL, with very little obvious impact from the up-timers. Umpteen books so far and none of them have been bad. The Thirty Years War continues to ravage 17th century Europe, but a new force is gathering power and influence: DeMarce, who wrote Flint congratulating him on his research and verisimilitude found in the novel soon joined with him as an expert collaborator and is one of the regular contributing writers to Tech Manualthe canonical Grantville Gazettes and a key member of the Research Committee with crisks PhD in history and an international expert specialized in European Genealogy.
Examples exist in the Mannington city museum and the mansion. A very ambitious plotline with a lot of interwoven stories, so I am glad I had a physical copy of this book. A brawl is precipitated when some poor American sod refers to an English lord as a gentleman, learning the hard way that this did not mean what you think it meant back in the s. View Full Version of PW.
Which makes a nice change.
The novel begins by detailing the machinations the Habsburg heiress Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria to gather information, with the aid of her dowager aunt and her abvarian sister, behind the backs of her father Emperor Ferdinand II and his Jesuit watchdogs.
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