When William Came by H H Munro (Saki) – Dystopian Books Review

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Review, Synopsis, and Summary of Invasion Literature When William Came: A Story of London Under the Hohenzollerns.

A British author named H H Munro referred to as Saki wrote this novel and published the narrative in 1913. The author set the novel in the future after a war between Germany and Great Britain. According to the book, Germany won the war.

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Author: H H Munro (Saki)

Pages: 138

Good reads rating:  3.43 of 5

My Ratings: 6.9 of 10

Published: Original publication 1913

Publisher:  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 9, 2015)

Language: English

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Review and Summary of Invasion Literature When William Came: A Story of London Under the Hohenzollerns.

***Warning Spoilers Below This Point***

Kaiser Wilhelm II from the House of Hohenzollern represents William in the story. The author based the book on life in London after the German occupation. Many changes happened in London because of the invasion by the German army. Interestingly, this novel predicts the Great War and use the invasion literature genre. The writing approach received popularity in the early years of the 20th Century, the same time they published the book. A significant portion of the story arguments the need for compulsory military service. Using military services during the 20th Century attracted controversial debates and therefore used as the main theme in the narrative.

Final Say on Invasion Literature When William Came: A Story of London Under the Hohenzollerns.

This novel offers a great example of invasion literature. Written by H H Munro (Saki), murdered in World War II, this presents an excellent historical theme. It receives my ratings of 6.9 out of 10. The story, although a little outdated, comprises charm and receives appreciation according to the historical milieu it presents. Would I re-read this novel? No. Am I glad I read it? Yes.

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