It, uhI have to admit I was disappointed that the book wasn't about the premptive invasion of America by the Canadians given for all the shit the Americans get for War Plan Red's optimism its not quite on the level of a pan continental invasion of a power with ten times your population.
There's a lot I couldn't refer to without spoiling huge chunks of the plot - there really is an insane amount of things going on even halfway through the novelOh.
I knew the Canadian version was Crimson but the review focuses largely on the American side including a lot of talk of occupation of Canada so I thought it just changed the name as a slight ATL.
Should be fight, I think.Yet on the American-Canadian border, it's the latest in British AFV technology that gets thrown into the right.
I'll admit there were a few points where things perhaps got a tad too crowded, or followed the Second World War template too easily, down to a New York-State equivalent of Stalingrad. But it has a real charm to it, and this energy as Cnudde throws everything and then the kitchen sink into the plot and it somehow works.Great review. This doesn't sound like my sort of thing at all but, I'm not going to lie, you've got me wanting to try it.