O'Reilly has provided a very readable and fast-paced account of the final months of World War II and the eventual demise and death of history's most famous man of evil, Adolf Hitler. With larger type face and an abundance of photographs and maps, this book was a relatively quick and easy read. For one interested in the history of WWII I found O'Reilly's book quite interesting, learning new details of people, places and events I had not known before. The style of writing offers a vivid picture of the events chronicled and keeps the reader's interest. By the end of the book you have that sobering feeling one gets after delving into the blackness of that time and the dark wickedness that inspired so much of the bloodshed, suffering and destruction at Hitler's orders. Besides Hitler O'Reilly provides many other portraits of key individuals in the story as well as numerous appendix-like articles detailing events and people mentioned elsewhere in the narrative.
Now I will return to Luther: Man Between God and the Devil by Heiko A. Oberman, my reading project in honor of the Reformation this month.....[review to follow shortly - I hope!]