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Reviewed by Laura R. Brush for Readers' Favorite
In The Exorcism of Adolf Hitler, Connor Gunnin presents a dramatic scenario wherein Adolf Hitler, the notorious leader of the Third Reich, is abducted by dissenters in the Nazi regime and sequestered in an abandoned Bavarian castle. This abduction is orchestrated by Stenger, a former clergyman, who has become disillusioned with Hitler's ideologies and believes that Hitler is possessed by Astaroth, the Duke of Hell according to demonological literature. Stenger’s daughter Bruna, who resides at the castle, becomes an unwitting agent of chaos, inflicting insurmountable obstacles upon her father’s endeavors. This propels the narrative into a vortex of conflict and tension.
Connor Gunnin’s character development is exemplary. In his storytelling, Gunnin masterfully incorporates elements of concrete historical facts. These elements do not merely serve as a backdrop to his narrative, but rather, they infuse an intensely gripping and spine-tingling twist into the core of the plot. This clever integration of history and fiction keeps readers in a perpetual state of suspense, carefully balanced on the knife-edge of anticipation. At every turn of the page, readers find themselves teetering on the precipice of the unknown, their hearts pounding with the thrill of each unfolding mystery. The distinctiveness of the situation Gunnin presents lies in the balance between good and evil. This amplifies the stark contrast between virtue and malevolence. Suspense is maintained throughout, ensuring an unputdownable reading experience that captivates and enthralls from beginning to end. I think The Exorcism of Adolph Hitler would make a great film.