1632 Multiverse is a sub-article of the various 1632 series articles covering the many Eric Flint–works in the popular alternate history book series that began with the 1632 (novel) set in the turbulent times starting in 1631 and follows the key changes manifest in the 'nehistorical timeline' of that diverse and interesting parallel world as the ripples of change occur differently from in our time line (OTL) as reported in OTL's extant history books. The events of that difference in history—the neohistory— is part of the alure of the complicated and sometimes messy series, and is the subject of this sub-article To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Eric Flint (born California, USA, 1947) is an American science fiction and fantasy author and editor. ... Alternative history or alternate history can be: A History told from an alternative viewpoint, rather than from the view of imperialist, conqueror, or explorer. ... // Introducing The Novel 1632 is a hugely popular, entertaining, thought provoking, educational, and extremely successful upbeat novel set in the Holy Roman Empire by writer-historian Eric Flint that has spawned worldwide interest and an almost cult-like following in less than five years. ... // Events February 5 - Roger Williams emigrates to Boston. ... Parallel universe or alternate reality in science fiction and fantasy is a self-contained separate reality coexisting with our own. ...
OTL history pre-1632
Main articles: 1632 series and 1632 universe background history
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