Worst of the Killing series. Disjointed hodgepodge.
If you beoeive for a second that Bill O’Reilly wrote a single word of this or any book I have a bridge to sell you.
Book begins on page 33 and ends at 365, has many pages of filler. No revelations, somewhat disjointed, and just reiterates known information. A poor addition to what has been a very good series that’s now progressively descending into poor work. Save your money.
A terrific and most necessary read. O’Reilly, again, has researched and put together critical historical information in a way that is at once riveting, informative, educational and enjoyable. This book should be a must read in high school history class....but it will not be. Young people of today are being taught by omission, to think of the world as a potential global fantasyland. That a strong America is a deterrent from that fairy tale. They are being led to believe evil of the nature outlined in this book no longer exists; and in fact, our clueless youth don’t understand that this sort of evil ever existed and is in fact ready to raise its ugly head wherever weak and naive people close their eyes and ears.
This book is so very important as it lays out how these monsters managed to gain control and what they were willing to do to keep it. And shamefully how western countries refused to see and act on the problem until six million perished and even then did not totally commit to eradication of anti semitism even today.
Good read for us history nuts of the world.
A very well written and interesting book!
This latest in the “killing series” is a very easy read even though the subject matter is disturbing. The authors style, detailing the location and time at the beginning of each chapter, puts the reader in an “at the moment” state which is where one wants to be when absorbing the information. I’ve read all the “killing” books and would rank this one somewhere mid-pack.
A T Russo
Clifton Park, New York