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Every mad man was once a child and had a mother that loved him. This interesting fictional account of the child Hitler tries to portray what could have been the psychosexual seeds... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Frank
This is my second attempt to read Norman Mailer (after "The Naked and the Dead"), and it will probably be my last. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joseph Hirsch
This is one of the best books I've ever read. The Narrator is key. It's like nothing you've ever read on early 20th century Europe and the story of Hitler's roots and early life.Published 5 months ago by Karen S.
I was disappointed but intrigued by Mailer's last novel. I have read a half dozen others by Mailer, and this one was my least favorite. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lee Whitlock
I couldn't stand reading this book so I quit and have tried to delete it from my Kindle but it's still there. Yuck.Published 5 months ago by Colleen Jane milller
I do not like this book. I had long planned to read a book by Mailer.
I wish I had not picked this one, I doubt I will give his book's another chance. Read more
a good read, wonderful prose. My first time with this writer, tough to read wondering how much fact, good twisting analogies. A dark read, but am glad I read it.Published 13 months ago by suzanne
At one and the same time both labored and sloppy, not a good combination. We know from J. Michael Lennon's biography that Mailer wrote this book under contract and was slow in... Read morePublished 16 months ago by David Curry