Ring of Fire II

Ring of Fire II A mysterious cosmic force the Ring of Fire has hurled the town of Grantville from th century West Virginia back to th century Europe and into the heart of the Thirty Years War With their seemingl

  • Title: Ring of Fire II
  • Author: Eric Flint David Carrico
  • ISBN: 9781416573876
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A mysterious cosmic force the Ring of Fire has hurled the town of Grantville from 20th century West Virginia back to 17th century Europe, and into the heart of the Thirty Years War With their seemingly magical technology, and their radical ideas of freedom and justice, the time lost West Virginians have allied with Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, to form the ConfederA mysterious cosmic force the Ring of Fire has hurled the town of Grantville from 20th century West Virginia back to 17th century Europe, and into the heart of the Thirty Years War With their seemingly magical technology, and their radical ideas of freedom and justice, the time lost West Virginians have allied with Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, to form the Confederated Principalities of Europe, changing the course of history in ways both small and largeRE TO COME.

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    1. Eric Flint David Carrico

      Eric Flint is a New York Times bestselling American author, editor, and e publisher The majority of his main works are alternate history science fiction, but he also writes humorous fantasy adventures.

    602 thoughts on “Ring of Fire II”

    1. Another collection of sort stories in the 1632 series. I really liked this set, even though I can admit that I couldn't remember a lot of individuals to give context to some of the tales. However, it is still enjoyable, and revelatory, as the rest of the series has been. The final story ("The Austro-Hungarian Connection") was truly outstanding. It features a highly religious character behaving in a devout way. Recommended.


    2. As the previous, and probably later, Ring of Fire books, this is a collection of short stories by different authors, edited and collected by Eric Flint. The stories have different topics, different style (to a degree), different length and somewhat different characters. Still Eric Flint tries to create some kind of common thread and in this one that would be Noelle Murphy, known from The Ram Rebellion.I think these books are skippable, but they still add flesh to what happens in the world, and s [...]


    3. Product Description A mysterious cosmic force—the ?Ring of Fire?—has hurled the town of Grantville from 20th century West Virginia back to 17th century Europe, and into the heart of the Thirty Years War. With their seemingly magical technology, and their radical ideas of freedom and justice, the time-lost West Virginians have allied with Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, to form the Confederated Principalities of Europe, changing the course of history—in ways both small and largeRE TO COM [...]


    4. Like almost any collection of short stories, this one is uneven. There were some fun ones - "Diving Belle" and "Lucky at Cards" stand out in my memory - and some tedious ones. "Second Thoughts" was fairly mind-numbing, which is somewhat baffling since the same main character in "The Austro-Hungarian Connection" was a hoot.Overall, good background material if you're particularly invested in the Ring of Fire series, but otherwise, feel totally free to skip it.


    5. Anthology of short stories by various authors expanding on the characters and plots from Eric Flint's 1632 series of novels. Eric Flint is editor and the stories have to match the standards set for the novels in the base series by Mr. Flint. As with any anthology the appeal of a specific story will vary from reader to reader. Some of the authors are relatively inexperienced. I found some very good and some were a wee bit of a challenge to finish.


    6. Far and away the most interesting and thought provoking series I have read so far. The grantsville gazette stories in particular explore economics, religion, music, and card games. Not exactly the common topics of science fiction.An awesome series. Excellent research, and the collaborative writing keeps lots of interesting ideas flowing.


    7. I am a huge fan of this series. But what a disappointment! I'm glad that I got this book from the library and didn't waste any money on it.This is a series of short stories. The only one that was any good was a story about monetary policy and efforts to prop up the value of the Dutch Guilder. Yeah, it is a sad statement when the best story is about monetary policy.


    8. Usually anthology books will have 5-6 short stories that flesh out some secondary characters or plots. This one had way too many stories and they were just not that good. Only saved by the last story, which was actually written by Flint.


    9. Good stories, nice continuation of the series. Leaves alot of room for the stories and characters to continue and builds up some I'd wanted more of. Also added a possible new favorite in Denise.


    10. Great Anthology that makes me look forward to new & continued storylines about the minor characters of the 1632 verse.



    11. An anthology of stories of various authors set in the world created by the move of a town in West Virginia to 1632 Central Germany.




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