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'Be warned. This book is funny. Very funny' Rebecca Morrison, Independent.
'Worryingly believable (time travelling despots aside) and unsettling. But also very funny' Nathan Filer.
'A brilliant book' Russell Kane.
'Brilliant and hilarious' Ken Follett.
'Laugh-out-loud funny ... An uproarious, disturbing book that will resonate long after you turn the final page' Caroline Jowett, Daily Express.
'Both funny and frightening ... A powerful and important book' Sue Gaisford, Independent on Sunday.
'Wonderfully inventive, very funny and superbly written' We Love This Book.
'This uproariously funny satire will have you in stitches' Shortlist.
'Peculiar, provocative and very funny ... It makes you laugh and forces you to think' Irish Independent.
Berlin, summer 2011. Adolf Hitler wakes up on a patch of open ground, alive and well. Things have changed - no Eva Braun, no Nazi party, no war. Hitler barely recognises his beloved Fatherland, filled with immigrants and run by a woman.
AND HE'S FÜHRIOUS.
People certainly recognise him, albeit as a flawless impersonator who refused to break character. The unthinkable, the inevitable happens, and the ranting Hitler goes viral, becomes a YouTube star, gets his own T.V. show, and people begin to listen. But the Führer has another programme with even greater ambition - to set the country he finds a shambles back to rights.
LOOK WHO'S BACK stunned and then thrilled 1.5 million German readers with its fearless approach to the most taboo of subjects. Naïve yet insightful, repellent yet strangely sympathetic, the revised Hitler unquestionable has a spring in his step.
Great plot idea but poorly written and misses lots more opportunities for humourPublished 2 days ago by Mr. Richard S. Handscombe
I was drawn to this book because of its controversial notion - what would Hitler think of modern Germany, and wider popular culture. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Alex Hamond
Not the type of book I usually read but it was fantastic.
Just when you think you're getting to know AH, there's a really strong chapter about the things he actually did,... Read more
Although I know a few Jewish people who might vehemently disagree with me, I think this an important book. Read morePublished 24 days ago by A. Nichol
Not a bad effort with an enticing subject, perhaps lost something in translationPublished 26 days ago by Peter
A bizarre and potentially extremely tasteless idea which works surprisingly well - Adolf Hitler awakes with a bad headache in modern day Germany and puts his thoughts to paper as... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. Andrew Elliott