Harry Harrison - The Transatlantic Tunnel

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Posted by Sulkyblue (20th Mar 2004, 11:51)

A good book based on an interesting concept. An alternate history breaking off at some point that on the surface is unimportant but completely changes everything leading to America still being a colony of England in the 60s which leads to a huge engineering project to build a tunnel between the two countries. Slickly written with enough details to keep it interesting without dragging, this book is a classic of the genre.

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