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Reasons To Kill God Review

Reasons to Kill God is a book by the anonymous writer IV Olokita. The book tells the story of a Nazi officer who manages to escape Germany and finds himself in Latin America, where he builds his life from scratch.

Before I dive In, a small disclaimer: I have received the book free of charge in order to give an honest review.

The book begins with the inevitable – The officer’s trial. I love that. Personally, I would not like to read a book that tells the story of a Nazi who got away. The one that survived or managed to flee. I would hate that. Although, if they feel human enough, I might enjoy reading about their change of heart. This is not the case with Reasons To Kill God. The officer, who is also the narrator of the story, is a firm believer in his ways and tells his story in a stalwart, resolute manner.

One of the main takeaways from this book is that “politicially correctness” not only died a long time ago, it was brutally murdered.

You will read this book and you will ask yourself – “This is more than 20 years ago, but aren’t some of these things still happening today?”

The answer is Yes, unfortunately.

Olokita keeps you on your toes. You can’t stop drinking the words because they weave the story so good together. It’s like seeing a beautiful flower on the street and reaching out to pluck it, only to find that the flower is in fact, devouring human flesh. What the hell changed to leave you standing there, bleeding with a stump for a hand?

In conclusion, I loved this book. I recommend anyone who wants to read the villain’s point of view to jump on this book.

Check the book out on Amazon.

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