The novel is painstakingly and excellently researched, but it avoids reading like a textbook by putting a human face on the events. The author avoids cartoonish villainization of the Hitler regime; he instead portrays the individuals in a human manner by focusing on the mental illnesses, social stigmas, physical defects, and addictions that shaped their characters. -- Historical Novels Review Online
HITLER HERE is a fantastic biographical novel about the development and events of World War II, and in my unbiased opinion rankswith Stephen Ambrose's great WWII books. -- Lt. Col. Arne Christiansen
Hitler Here is one of the best... No, it is the best book about Hitler that I've ever read, and I'm proud to have it in my library. -- The Midnight Bookworm -
About the Author
In addition to writing, Clark teaches adult ESL, follows a variety of sports, exercises daily (albeit delicately), collects contemporary art, enjoys independent movies, and travels to places (most recently Madrid, Mexico City, and Quito) where he can socialize in Spanish.
The author's website is GeorgeThomasClark.com