Reasons to Kill God is a book by the anonymous writer IV Olokita. The book tells the story of a Nazi officer who manages to escape Germany and finds himself in Latin America, where he builds his life from scratch.
Before I dive In, a small disclaimer: I have received the book free of charge in order to give an honest review.
The book begins with the inevitable – The officer’s trial. I love that. Personally, I would not like to read a book that tells the story of a Nazi who got away. The one that survived or managed to flee. I would hate that. Although, if they feel human enough, I might enjoy reading about their change of heart. This is not the case with Reasons To Kill God. The officer, who is also the narrator of the story, is a firm believer in his ways and tells his story in a stalwart, resolute manner.
One of the main takeaways from this book is that “politicially correctness” not only died a long time ago, it was brutally murdered.
You will read this book and you will ask yourself – “This is more than 20 years ago, but aren’t some of these things still happening today?”
The answer is Yes, unfortunately.
In conclusion, I loved this book. I recommend anyone who wants to read the villain’s point of view to jump on this book.
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