I have heard a lot about The Remains of the Day, but haven't read it yet. 15 TheStatutoryApe First Message Sep 5, 2006, 9:55pm Not sure if it's the sort of thing you are looking for but The Man in the High Castle by Philip K Dick is a 'What if the Allies lost WWII. Abraham had the number G16 and now has the number G17. Martin had the number G17 and now has the number G18. These new numbers are reflected on the monument that was placed in the Jonestown, PA Wenger Cemetery in August, 1994 to honor Hans Wenger, G1 and his children. The Singapore Grip is good one set during the invasion of Singapore. 9 fyrefly98 Sep 4, 2006, 8:26am It's been a long time since I've read it, but I really enjoyed Stones from the River by Ursula Hegi. 23 amandameale Edited: Sep 11, 2006, 8:51am Terribly sorry, this is WWI, but such a good book I can't help myself - A long, Long Way by Sebastian Barry. No matter what I read about war I always wonder what the experience was really like.
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I also just finished The Blue Noon by Robert Ryan which is in a similar vein. Both talk about the resistance and covert operations in France. Blue Noon is very carefully based on a true story and many characters that are mentioned are well known people Malcom Muggeridge and Anthony (Airey) Neave to mention a.