Apacheria

Apacheria

Jake Page / Oct 20, 2019

Apacheria In this riveting action packed alternate history the Apaches forge their own bold nation and enter the world of racketeering and politics all the while maintaining their traditional ways as a new ne

  • Title: Apacheria
  • Author: Jake Page
  • ISBN: 9780345414113
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this riveting, action packed alternate history, the Apaches forge their own bold nation and enter the world of racketeering and politics all the while maintaining their traditional ways as a new neighbor to a United States that will never be the same again .In 1884 only one thing stood in the way of United States expansion the Apaches The U.S Army believed it cIn this riveting, action packed alternate history, the Apaches forge their own bold nation and enter the world of racketeering and politics all the while maintaining their traditional ways as a new neighbor to a United States that will never be the same again .In 1884 only one thing stood in the way of United States expansion the Apaches The U.S Army believed it could easily defeat this ragtag band of savages who viewed one another as rivals than allies But one of those savages was a military genius Juh, He Who Sees Ahead It was Juh s vision that persuaded the various tribal leaders to set aside their differences and work together, thus turning the disconnected bands of warring Apaches into the most cohesive fighting force the West had ever seen and crushing the invading army Thus was born Apacheria the Apache Nation and a world where Juh and his son, Little Spring, matched wits and weapons with a cast ranging from Teddy Roosevelt and Carrie Nation to Al Capone and J Edgar Hoover A world where it was best to stand with the Apaches, and never against them .

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    About "Jake Page"

      • Jake Page

        James Keena Jake Page, Jr was the founding editor of Doubleday s Natural History Press, as well as editorial director of Natural History magazine and science editor of Smithsonian magazine He has written than forty books on the natural sciences, zoological topics, and Native American affairs, as well as mystery fiction.


    257 Comments

    1. I finally got around to reading this "what if the Apaches had won?" novel, by a well-known SW historian and mystery writer. It's pretty good, really, once you get past the implausibility of the premise -- which is, in essence, that the Apaches wore down the US to the point where in 1885, the US gave the Apaches a small, independent nation in southeastern Arizona and SW New Mexico. Page sets this up as best he can. It's still not convincing, but a good-enough premise for fiction, I thought.


    2. It was okay. It could have been about a hundred pages shorter, though; it rambled at times, went off on tangents at others. It was an interesting concept, one I've always wanted to see done. I just wish this one had been done better.





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