Excellent fictional biography of Oswald Mosley and about the evils of fascism,
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This review is from: The Man Who Prevented WW2 (Kindle Edition)
The question is boils down to for me after finishing this excellent book: As I really like this book, does this mean I am a fascist at heart? I surely hope not, as I do not agree with Oswald Mosley's (and/or Hitler's) views one bit, but this fictional biography portrays him in a positive view, though I believe the author Roy Carter is not a fascist either.
The book is well researched, has very few mistakes (I wish I could let the author know about them, but I found no way to contact him, no web presence etc.) though the formatting sucks (from 38% on my Kindle through to 46% the text is annoyingly in bold).
I read very few genuine (auto)biographies, so I have no real way to judge "The Man Who Prevented WW2" in that regard, but I understand that on a meta-level this can not be a book critical of Mosley and it is there between the lines.
I certainly hope the author will write a second volume dealing with Mosley's later years and (hopefully) his downfall. Highly recommended for modern history buffs.