Red Inferno: 1945

Red Inferno: 1945

by Robert Conroy
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Red Inferno 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
Anree More than 1 year ago
This is my 2nd review of a Robert Conroy novel. Since it will essentially be identical to the 1st I'll just refer the reader to that review with some additional insights. In Red Inferno the author asks the question: what if at the end of WWII in Europe the Russians just kept going instead of stopping at the Elbe as was historically the case? His answer is reasonable. I did enjoy Red Inferno. It is an enjoyable lunch time or before bed read for the military fiction fan. An in depth historical novel it is not. Based on 1862 I would surmise that Mr. Conroy has a formula for his novels and follows it religiously because there is little difference in the macro level plot line between Red Inferno and 1862. The fictional characters, their actions and interactions in 1862 are fundamentally identical to those in Red Inferno. The story line for the two characters that become romantically involved is so alike that I skipped over those parts and wasn't surprised by the ending at all. Still - like stated before - Red Inferno is a good lunch time or before bed read. Just don't expect any real insights into the alternate history that Mr. Conroy surmises.
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First novel ive read by this author look foward to his other ones
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pushdirt More than 1 year ago
very good book 1st from this author I plan to read more of his book, he has a good grasp of history and kept me interested thru the whole book.
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Pretty fun story, likeable characters and the concept alone is very interesting. Only wish is that the final battle at Potsdam would have been further fleshed out after building up to it so fervishly
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bozden More than 1 year ago
Interesting reading, fast paced and very vividly detailed.
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