Napoleon in 1812

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Napoleon Bonaparte, who defeated Austria, Prussia, Russia and Britain and became the true ruler of Europe.

After the revolution, he stepped down as president, enjoying his retirement in Louisiana.

One day, he opened his eyes… and was the Emperor?

The story of Napoleon, who woke up in a parallel world just before the Russian campaign.

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나폴레옹 in 1812
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5 Reviews


Alvilda
Alvilda
Aug 13, 2021
Status: c47
Translator here. My opinion is obviously biased, but I will still say a few words:

As a French, I was skeptical about a Korean author writing about Napoleon. But I was greatly surprised, the author knows really well this historical period: everything that is not fiction is accurate (or almost everything, but I corrected the few small mistakes ;)), and the fictional events are plausible and realist, with the real personalities of the characters and good knowledge on the social, economic and political situations of the different European countries.

This story is... more>> about a different Napoleon who lived in a parallel world where he didn't become Emperor, and suddenly woke up in our world in the middle of the Russian expedition in 1812. How will his personality, knowledge and will influence the future of France and Europe?

The following includes a spoiler about chapter 3 (not a big spoiler as you can easily guess that it will happen)

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In my opinion, the travel between the two parallel worlds is mostly a justification for the author to write an answer to the question "What would have happened if Napoleon had renounced to invade Russia midway?"

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If you like strategies, military tactics, deceiving tricks and twists, with a light touch of humor, you'll definitely like this story. Smirking when an enemy falls into a trap or holding your breath during an ambush, you'll live this story as you read it :)

If you already have knowledge on this historical period, you'll love seeing the characters evolve in this alternate reality. If you don't know much about it, you'll learn plenty of things as the story progresses and love the characters as well :) <<less
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Vern
Vern
May 11, 2021
Status: c21
Superb premise with good execution, the characters are not sit there as decoration but actually engage in story,

The story is written with profound knowledge of period and the historical characters act with their custom and act logically.

Must read.
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MonsieurLimes
MonsieurLime
Aug 13, 2021
Status: c47
very interesting, the story is about parallel universe Jesus (because god damn he is, for lack of a better word, perfect) Napoleon fixing the clusterf*ck our universe Napoleon left.
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Tintl
Tintl
Aug 12, 2021
Status: c47
Im learning history all over again. Super interesting.

also superb translation quality and I love the maps that help me picture the battlefields.

thanks to Alvilda for their hard work ;)
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Eugeozuberg3
Eugeozuberg3
Sep 04, 2021
Status: c55
So far the story is good because the plot is not confusing, the characters are well explained although I don't like the Russian Empire and the Roman Empire which need not be explained by me.
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