Started 1632 last night and I'm liking it. This little sub-genre of time travel bootstrapping history is a favorite of mine and I've always meant to read. I like it enough to know I want to read the series. But now I am confused. Do I need a flowchart to understand how this series fits together? How many authors are involved? Anyone got a cheat sheet for the series?
This series is so very far from my enjoyable reading material, but I loved 1633, I think it was, The Ram Rebellion. I've read bits and pieces of some of the others, too. I think Gamma-Ray has the complete set.
Yeah, I had to request 1632's audiobook be added to Utah's Online Public Library (my personal free audiobook source) and it looks like I'll have to request each and every book in the series be added one at a time. <sigh>