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The future vs the past. History is at war with itself in this popular alternate history. The Soviet Union controls half of Europe and supreme dictator Joseph Stalin wants the rest. Only Prince Harry can stop him and the super weapon he has developed.


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The future vs the past. History is at war with itself in this popular alternate history. The Soviet Union controls half of Europe and supreme dictator Joseph Stalin wants the rest. Only Prince Harry can stop him and the super weapon he has developed.

30 review for Stalin's Hammer: Paris

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Wanstall-Burke

    Stalin's Hammer: Paris doesn't t ask if you're ready to go. It doesn't ask if you've got your seat belt on, or warn you to keep your legs and arms inside the vehicle at all times. It doesn't care. If you can't hold on, if you can't keep up, then you can't play the game. Paris is the 6th instalment in the Axis of Time series, and drops you into the thick, bloody mess of a post World War 2 world unlike any in our history books. It is gory, action-packed, unashamed, funny and runs at a blistering pa Stalin's Hammer: Paris doesn't t ask if you're ready to go. It doesn't ask if you've got your seat belt on, or warn you to keep your legs and arms inside the vehicle at all times. It doesn't care. If you can't hold on, if you can't keep up, then you can't play the game. Paris is the 6th instalment in the Axis of Time series, and drops you into the thick, bloody mess of a post World War 2 world unlike any in our history books. It is gory, action-packed, unashamed, funny and runs at a blistering pace. Even for a reader unfamiliar with the previous five books, Paris is a relentless, enjoyable ride. Pack a spare pair of undies. Strap in. Get on it. Stalin's Hammer: Paris is available now for PRE-ORDER in ebook format, for release in January, 2017

  2. 4 out of 5

    T.J.

    Note to self: Never start a series like this in the middle, it isn't made to stand alone.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Gerrie Johnson

    Fabulous! The first book in the series held me fast, and I bought and read the sequels as quickly as I could finish the one before. Author has crafted an unbelievable situation and made it believable with marvelous characters. And Dan is still alive? What about Harry?

  4. 5 out of 5

    Hakan

    Very fine closing part of the Hammer trilogy, paving the way for... Ah, won't spoil, please read the book yourself :) My thirst was slaked for a day, but please John, please please please finish writing the next book ASAP so I can immerse myself in this rather interesting take on time travel and military world building And if you, dear reader of this review, would be confused because you don't know what all those uptimers are and why they are using iPads in the 1950ies, run to your library (or cli Very fine closing part of the Hammer trilogy, paving the way for... Ah, won't spoil, please read the book yourself :) My thirst was slaked for a day, but please John, please please please finish writing the next book ASAP so I can immerse myself in this rather interesting take on time travel and military world building And if you, dear reader of this review, would be confused because you don't know what all those uptimers are and why they are using iPads in the 1950ies, run to your library (or click on your favourite online shop) to fetch the complete Axis of Time series. You will be in for an amazing read.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Therbs

    The Art Of Haamer If you're familiar with Birmingham's Axis Of Time universe you'll enjoy the final instalment of the Hammer short trilogy. Harry and Jules need to escape while on the same ship a child survivor of a WW2 Japanese camp uses her ninja skills to try and keep a German scientist out of Stalins grasp. Some old Transition faces return in time for the Hammer's exposition. Lots of action and a set up for a WW3 series.. Birmingham does this very well.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brad

    The saga concludes Prince Harry, his girlfriend, and the mysterious young special operator delve into their mission in Cairo - to rescue the german rocket scientist from the clutches of ol' Joe Stalin's finest spies.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ross

    A great series by a great author I loved the original trilogy of this series. Smart and interesting and full of actions and a clear idea of what this mash up of timelines would be. These second trilogy in the series lagged a bit in the center but ended on such a strong note that I can't wait for the next book. I would start it right now if it were out, but at it is not out yet. Until then, I hope the author keeps up the great work!

  8. 5 out of 5

    I.F. Adams

    Birmingham knows how to end trilogies with a bang. 3 separate times now I've seen him have a strong start, and eh middle, and a great end, and this one is no exception. Birmingham is one of the few authors who can both write a compelling geo-political universe, with compelling action that isnt just a snooze fest/filler.... Wrapping up the arc started in Stalins Hammer: Rome, this one brings back all of our old favorites (Kolhammer, Halabi, Slim Jim and more) while bringing some new faces to the s Birmingham knows how to end trilogies with a bang. 3 separate times now I've seen him have a strong start, and eh middle, and a great end, and this one is no exception. Birmingham is one of the few authors who can both write a compelling geo-political universe, with compelling action that isnt just a snooze fest/filler.... Wrapping up the arc started in Stalins Hammer: Rome, this one brings back all of our old favorites (Kolhammer, Halabi, Slim Jim and more) while bringing some new faces to the show to, all lining up for the start of a new story arc. The retro-futurism of the axis of time setting is second to none, making for a fascinating juxtaposition of modern tech with the 1960s, in an alternate cold war. Wish I had more to say beyond "loved it" and "dammit, hurry about and start up with the full length novels again!"

  9. 5 out of 5

    dennis barron

    Stalin's Hammer: Paris This is one Hell of a colossal read!! For the poor souls who haven't read the series in order, I would suggest you do, for a better understanding of the characters . That said this is a stand alone novel, as are all of the books in this series. "Uptimers" from the 21st. Century have entered a wormhole. Back to the 20th. Century. Stalin who controls a large chuck of the free world, wants it all. He's using bits and pieces of 21st. Century technology. Unfortunately for him, t Stalin's Hammer: Paris This is one Hell of a colossal read!! For the poor souls who haven't read the series in order, I would suggest you do, for a better understanding of the characters . That said this is a stand alone novel, as are all of the books in this series. "Uptimers" from the 21st. Century have entered a wormhole. Back to the 20th. Century. Stalin who controls a large chuck of the free world, wants it all. He's using bits and pieces of 21st. Century technology. Unfortunately for him, the good guys Britan, United States, have the upper hand, thanks to a con artist "Slim Jim Davidson." Well, guess what? I'm not going to spoil the story. This is a stupendous action thriller that you won't be able to put down!! A stupendous read! My highest recommendation!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tim Fay

    Birmingham bestows blasting boldness in the nick of time My ONLY gripe is the story feels too short. JB leaves me desperately wanting more. More PLEASE , Mr. Birmingham . And soon, if you will . . . I need my explody goodness.. . As for the reader, totally worth your quid. . .buy it ! As for HRH Prince Harry, I've oft wondered if he follows his adventures in JB's imagined future ?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Read Ng

    Oh no, I read this one out of order. I need to go back and read the Cairo book. I was just not thinking at the time. Still in all, it was a GoodReads, for a short novella. It carried the plot line to a satisfactory segment ending and continues to leave enough loose ends to provide more than adequate plot directions. I do love the mixture of past and future events as they roll onto their own unique history. I really loved Birmingham giving a nod Turtledove.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Steven

    Good follow up to the previous novellas and three novels. Action/humour/content for first time readers to follow but also raise interest to read the previous five A o T books if not also the Dave and disappearance book series. JB's mentioned martial arts training showed through a bit more in the fight scenes I think. Nothing like a bit of actual experience, albeit in the Dojo, to add to the research. (I say the "dojo" - maybe JB really is a secret agent like Hans Solo....)

  13. 5 out of 5

    James Milholen

    Fantastic read Had me on the edge of my seat, and I cannot wait to read the follow up books that are teased at the end of the novella. The three part mini series was a gripping follow up to the Axis of Time that's left me with more questions than answers! Thankfully those questions have a change of being answered in the next series!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Old

    I love John Birmingham. I especially love his Axis of Time series. Having read the original trilogy in 2009, each of the Stalin's Hammer novellas has been like revisiting old friends. The characters are a joy to read, and I don't know anyone who handles dialogue better than Birmo. If you enjoyed Axis of Time, get on to Stalin's Hammer (as if you haven't already).

  15. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Kitchin

    Nailed it! See what I did there? Great wrap up for the latest trilogy and while the focus has been on Harry until now nice re-introduction of some old 'friends'. If you haven't read and AoT DON'T start here - get reading on Weapons of Choice right now! If you have, you've probably already consumed this.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Harry

    My favorite of the Stalin's Hammer Series!! Great action and continuation of an engaging and thought provoking read. This work introduced a new character and revisited others from the past....Just a fun fun read...I highly recommend all of John's Axis of Time series...I'm waiting for #7 (Axis of Time) Mr. Birmingham!...:-)

  17. 5 out of 5

    Staska

    Excellent end to the novella trilogy, and a great setup for next fool book. This is an excellent end to the Stalin's novella trilogy. And a great setup for the next series of WW3.1 . Very rarely I give 5 stars for any book. I just did for this one.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ananthatejas Raghavan

    Action packed This is my second book of Axis of Time after Cairo and it was pretty entertaining. I liked the whole concept of being put back in time in another universe through the wormhole. I liked Cairo better as it was more crisp. But overall a fun read.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Seth R Parker

    Just what I need. In era of overly gritty and dark military sci-fi novellas. This just what I needed. A story that is not all woo is me, but one with enjoyable characters and good sense of what it is.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Warren

    Always want more A nice continuation of this series. Always want more of the Axis of Time series. What is next for the "extra" royal and his friends. Can the west hold off Uncle Joe?

  21. 4 out of 5

    Brad

    Another great installment in the Axis of Time series. I loved 'catching up' with some old characters we hadn't seen for a while, and it was sad when some characters were confirmed dead. But 'ninja barbie' was a great addition :D Now we just have to wait for the next installment...

  22. 4 out of 5

    Bewilbur

    Great novella This was an excellent addition to the axis of time universe. He wrapped up many threads and opened more mysteries to come

  23. 5 out of 5

    Andrew White

    Great to get back to the uptimers, love the characters and can't wait for WW3

  24. 5 out of 5

    Andrew D Chen

    John did it again! Plenty of action and humor but leaves you wanting more. Can't wait till the next full novel comes out soon enough.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Damien

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Adams

  27. 4 out of 5

    Duncan Bolt

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rliant

  29. 5 out of 5

    Danny

  30. 4 out of 5

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