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Author Promo (Share Your Stuff!) > Solve alternative history puzzle, get a free book!

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Simon Vale | 97 comments Hey, guys!

From Russia’s bestselling science fiction author G. Zotov comes a book which is equal parts alternative history, dystopia and satire. Lovers of Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the High Castle will appreciate the author’s dry black humor and psychedelic imagination which rule the streets of a post-apocalyptic Nazi-controlled Moscow.

Moskau -

I'm going to give away several free copies right here in this wonderfull group! See that gif? There are some AH (alternative history) marks on that gif. Can you name them? Post your guesses in comments. I'll send a free copy of the book on release day (October 20) to the first author of every right guess!

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Chris | 1 comments swastika on the tram, reich eagle on the wall, officer has a swastika arm band,

Simon Vale | 97 comments Chris wrote: "swastika on the tram, reich eagle on the wall, officer has a swastika arm band,"

You found 3! And definetly won the book. Please, send me your e-mail and I'll send you the book tomorrow. Thank you for playing!

Simon Vale | 97 comments There are still at least 4 to be found!

Simon Vale | 97 comments Hey, everyone!

The book is released at special launch price - 0,99$ (24h only) -

Moskau by G. Zotov

The 21-century SS Sturmbannführer Loktev embarks on a crazy and impossible mission. Whole areas of planet Earth have begun to disappear, revealing portals to other realities and filling the world with the identities of long-dead people. A “trigger agent” of the disaster is on the loose in a world ruled by the victorious allies Germany and Japan. If Loktev doesn’t stop the looming catastrophe, the Nazis might regret they won the war back in 1941.

This is one of the most provocative AH book in Russia. Though it was printed by the biggest publishing house, many bookstores refused to sell it openly. The book is based on solid researches that took several years of browsing through archives in Berlin and Moscow.

Here are some quick notes about the book:

1. Geography
2. What happened to the world politicians after the war
3. An example of author's inimitable irony.

Thank you!

Simon Vale | 97 comments Moskau by G. Zotov - only 0,99$ for 24h.

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