A.N. Wilson is a born biographer and has an eye for the telling detail. Here he goes straight to the essentials to explain what made the Fuhrer the phenomenon he was. The Express
said: 'Wilson has opted for brevity and sharp metal, skewering and brilliantly dissecting Hitler bare in a book you can almost read in a sitting. Wilson cuts to the dark heart of the matter'.
er's unlikely rise to power and his uncanny ability to manipulate his fellow man resulted in the deaths of millions of Europeans and a horrific world war, yet despite his colossal role in world history, he remains mythologized and, as a result, misunderstood. In Hitler, A.N. Wilson limns this mysterious figure with great verve and acuity, showing that it was Hitler's frightening normalcy,not some otherworldly evilness,that makes him so truly terrifying.