The Madagaskar Plan

The Madagaskar Plan Review

Guy Saville's The Madagaskar Plan imagines a disturbing alternate history in which Nazi victory in World War II brings their "Final Solution" ever closer

The year is 1953. There is peace in Europe, but a victorious Germany consolidates power in Africa. The lynchpin to its final solution is Madagaskar. Hitler has ordered the resettlement of European Jews to the remote island.

British forces conspire to incite colony-wide revolt, resting their hopes on the expertise of Reuben Salois, an escaped leader of Jewish resistance.

Ex-mercenary Burton Cole scours the island for his wife and child. But as chaos descends and the Nazis brutally suppress the nascent insurrection, Cole must decide whether he is master of-or at the mercy of-history.

The Madagaskar Plan is alternate history of the highest order, a thriller of terrifying scope based on the Nazis' actual plans prior to the Holocaust.

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  • Stephen

    this was better than the first part of this series as felt more gritty and more like the thriller we could of had in the afrika reich. as this alternative history series goes on with burton cole going...

  • S.J.A. Turney

    A few days ago Guy Saville pointed out on Facebook that the paperback of The Madagaskar Plan was coming out today. I’ve had both this and The Afrika Reich sitting in my ‘to-be-read’ pile for som...

  • Roxanne

    I was very happy to win this particular book because my father was in WW11 and he was a POW for 3 months so he had first hand knowledge of Hitler and the Nazi death squads that came to his last camp t...

  • Christopher

    Following on from the events of the 'Afrika Reich', and the middle book of a trilogy, 'the Madagaskar Plan' reads much more like a thriller than its predecessor, which felt like an action. We follow a...

  • Abby

    Received free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.In 1940, the Nazi party proposed a plan to relocate the Jewish population of Europe to the island of Madagascar. It is now 1952, and in an...

  • Jirka

    Výborně propracovaná alternativní historie s vynikajícími vedlejšími postavami, stísněnou atmosférou konečného řešení a vlády Říše. Jen jsem se prostě celou knihu tlačil vpřed, ...

  • Owen Rataj

    3.5*Saville has produced an interesting and entertaining follow up to his previous The Afrika Reich. Once again, it's high paced, action packed and damned brutal at points. Having read a decent amount...

  • Marshall

    The Madagascar Plan, by Guy Saville, is an alternate history thriller that takes a look into what a German victory during WW2 would have brought to the world. The book follows Burton Cole, an ex-merce...

  • Dr Von Totenreich

    A master class in story-telling. Surpasses the original. Elegantly written....

  • Bookmuseuk

    o be honest, my involvement with Guy Saville’s dystopic alternative Nazi Afrika is a bit accidental. I would not normally pick up a book with a black and silver livery, a hero with a macho moniker l...