"Again, the protean Kerr (Dark Matter, 2002, etc.) nails his setting and does justice to a large fictitious/for-real cast, but an emotionally inaccessible protagonist—who sees an affinity between himself and Hitler, inasmuch as both are without 'moral values'—is hard to warm to."
It's 1943, two years before V-E Day, and everybody knows the Germans are beaten—especially the Germans. So what's to be done about it?
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