COMMANDO: a Turn-of-the Century Toughs series ¶ By Dusk Peterson


The nautical nation is backed by the military might of an empire. The mountainous republic is populated by farmers and shopkeepers, and it has no standing army. The nautical nation is about to make the mistake of attacking the mountainous republic.

Commando is a speculative fiction series that imagines what the South African Boer War could have been like if it had been fought on American soil.

The series is part of the Turn-of-the-Century Toughs cycle.
 


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SERIES CONTENTS

Commando is a sequel series to Life Prison. The main plotline of Commando will be published after the publication of the third and final volume of Life Prison.
 


Side stories

Side stories are available at a separate series page:
Dark Light.



Maps and series resources

Map of the Midcoast nations (Mip, the Dozen Landsteads, Vovim, and Yclau).

Map of the area surrounding Compassion Life Prison (Fort Frederick).

Turn-of-the-Century Toughs, a cycle of historical speculative fiction novels that includes the Commando series. This page includes resources such as a chronology of major political events in the cycle.

Commando research. Blog entries by the author on research for the series. (Some of the entries are marked "Life Prison research," because the two series overlap in location. "Triad" is the earlier name for the Commando series.)

Bibliographies for this series:
The Boer War and Turn-of-the-Century Firearms.
Masculinity, Crime, and Everyday Life in Victorian and Edwardian Times.
 


Next series in the Turn-of-the-Century Toughs cycle:

[ Michael's House ]



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