|I am not completely sure how I feel about this book.
At first, when the character of Adolf Hitler had been intoduced I found him and situations he had gotten himself into quite funny and comical. But as the novel progressed and we got deeper and deeper into the mind of Adolf Hitler I realized how powerful and scary he had gotten.
The thing I quite liked about the novel was the fact that the character of Adolf Hitler did not evolve one bit through out the novel. I think that really kept the character feel alive and kept him true to the real persona which it represented.
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