By Harry Turtledove
Global battle II has advanced into a long time of epic struggles and rebellions focusing on the extraterrestrial beings often called the Race. because the Nineteen Sixties commence, considered one of Earth's nice powers launches a nuclear strike opposed to the Race's colonization fleet--and the cruel invaders locate themselves confronting a much more complicated and difficult species than any they've got encountered sooner than. finally, purely improved firepower may possibly retain Earth less than the Empire's control--or it might probably wreck the area. whereas uprisings and aftershocks of struggle shake the planet, one state plots a gorgeous counterattack...
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Aftershocks (Colonization Trilogy, Book 3) by Harry Turtledove