Entry updated 26 October 2021. Tagged: Author.
(? - ) US physicist and author, resident in Germany; her Children's War sequence – comprising The Children's War (2001), which won the Sidewise Award for 2001, A Change of Regime (2004) and Becoming Them: As Once in a Dream (2017) – is set in a Hitler Wins Alternate History version of America and Britain in 2090, the Jonbar Point being Hitler's decision, under the influence of an astrologer, not to invade Russia; he soon comes to a tyrannical accord with his enemies. The action, which is violent and contains some Military SF tropes, traces the progress of armed resistance against the uneasy Axis-Allies hegemony. [JC]
see also: Sidewise Award.
J N Stroyar
- The Children's War (New York: Pocket Books, 2001) [Children's War: hb/uncredited]
- A Change of Regime (Bloomington, Indiana: AuthorHouse, 2004) [Children's War: hb/]
- Becoming Them (no place given: privately published, 2018) [Children's War: pb/]
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