During the 1990as, George Bush Sr. called Saddam Hussein athis modern day Hitlera. aTHE COMING OF THE REICHCHILDa is a visceral, highly visual story that deftly weaves historical fact with fiction to revel the chilling, all-too-plausible roots of the Iraqi dictator. Built convincingly around real historical events and personages, aTHE COMING OF THE REICHCHILDa accurately traces the life of Saddam Hussein tying his roots to Adolph Hitler and the Third Reichas need for oil. The novel chronicles the diabolical events of another time when a seed was planted whose bitter fruit would be harvested by a future age, and traces Husseinas collision course with the Jews whom he vowed to incinerate with his Scud missiles during the Persian Gulf War. By his own admission, Saddam does not know who his real father was, and was raised by an uncle whom history reveals to be an ardent pro-Nazi. And how is it that German companies were so deeply involved in building his legendary underground bunkers. Where fact stops and fiction starts is indiscernible, yielding a fascinating novel that is filled with suspense, intrigue, violence, treachery, and the ultimate love of a man for his daughter. Truly, a awhat ifa novel to end all awhat ifs.qWalking in front of his idling car, he held his key chain out into the light streaming from the headlamps, trying to find the ... Stepping closer to the gate, he tried to put the key into the hole to unlock the massive gates. ... With a cloud of white steam hissing out of its smashed radiator, the car screamed forward again like someanbsp;...
|Title||:||THE COMING OF THE REICHCHILD|
|Author||:||J. P. De Sales|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2007-11-01|