Book Review of Interessante Fakten, by Arthur Burns

Interessante Fakten is the second volume of the Lucidien trilogy. I’ve read the first, The Necromancer, and am anxious to begin another in order to find out whether or not I enjoyed the feeling as much as I believed I did. It could set in the aftermath of World War II and Lucidien provides hired the services of his good friend, Doctor Fischer, a new war two neurosurgeon, to execute an autopsy on the cadaver of Hitler. In doing hence he reveals some outstanding historical details including the fact that Eva Braun had been performed by the Germans in Nazi Germany while at the same time, Avoi was pregnant with Hitler’s kid…

I found that your characters were well-developed and engrossing without being over the top in any way. The traditional accounts were realistic and i also felt that they were adding something towards the story rather than taking away via it. I actually especially favored the amounts regarding Eva Braun’s affair with Nazi Germany’s highest expert, Lucien Wigland, whom this lady had individuals in the past. Although it was totally obvious to me from the beginning that Eva was not going to fall for any kind of lie, I didn’t think it would be possible to keep the book going much beyond the purpose of the first few pages. Luckily for me, I had been proved wrong, because the second half of the book kept me interested because there were fresh elements combined with the story.

Finally, it is a very good read. The storyplot is engrossing and interesting and the roles believable. For those who have a copy on the first 3 volumes of the Lucidien three set, then you will need to immediately purchase the second amount of interessante fakten, just around the off possibility that you may enjoy this place just as much as I did.