1812: The Rivers of War

Now that 1824: The Arkansas War is out, Del Rey has graciously allowed us to post the ENTIRE text of 1812: The Rivers of War on this site, Eric's blog, and the Baen Free Library. 

We have the production PDF, which is not the most convenient form to read. We strongly recommend that you download the file to your local computer to read. So, without further ado, here the pdf of 1812: The Rivers of War .

And in Further news….   Arnold Bailey, the Chief wizard of Webscriptions has _already_ got it up in the Baen Free Library.

Jump to there to see the other formats available at http://webscriptions.net/pc-588-1-1812-the-rivers-of-war.aspx
 

(Thanks Arnold!) 

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9 Responses to 1812: The Rivers of War

  1. David says:

    Hi Eric. What’s ideas have you for the next volume of the Trail of Glory series?
    What Year will you be starting with, etc?

    David Walters

  2. Yona says:

    Osiyo, Eric!

    I’ve just finished your “1812: The Rivers of War”. I really enjoyed it!
    I’m a Cherokee language instructor, and you may be interested to know that “Tiana” is a variant of an archaic word for the red wolf. Today’s it’s still used as a proper name, with variants including Teyana and Tayani.

    All the best,
    Yona

  3. John Jones says:

    I really enjoyed 1812 and 1824. Will there be an 1836 coming out soon? I figure the next part of the saga would deal with Texas and Mexico, perhaps featuring a younger Robert E. Lee. Anyway, I love the hell out of this series and hope to read more of it soon.

  4. Alex says:

    Yes, the series is going to be continued, but under the Baen imprint – basically, Del Rey didn’t exercise their option in time, so it got shopped elsewhere and Toni snapped it right up.

    — Another loyal minion.

  5. Sandy says:

    I have been a fan of Baen books for many years, initially in hardcover and paperback, but due to injury now solely in digital format. I now own the most of the their titles and yours, in the science fiction and alternate history genres, in digital format. I am not a fan of fantasy, so I have only a few in that genre. Anyway my reason for this comment is that I have just finished 1824. 1812 was excellent book, but 1824 was even better. I sincerely hope that you will continue this story in the very, very near future. As much as I have enjoyed the 1632 series by Baen Publishing, your alternate history in 1812 and 1824 is even better. So please, as soon as possible, release a continuation of this story. Thanks for all your excellent novels in the past, and hopefully still to come.

  6. david bonnet says:

    when is the third of the rivers of war due out. as a avid flint reader, when is the bohemia 1632 sequel due.

  7. David says:

    I have read both 1812 and 1824 and find them very pleasing. I do hope another in the series is in the works and if so could you give an approxamate release date and maybe a title?

  8. Alex says:

    Eric just posted (in Baen’s Bar) his publication schedule for the next 12 months, and it isn’t in there. It is, however, in the queue somewhere – he’s on contract with Baen for the next book.

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