The Devil s Mistress The Diary of Eva Braun The Woman Who Lived and Died with Hitler A Novel Eva Anna Paula Braun vain silly and easily deluded was seventeen in when she first met Herr Wolf a year old with penetrating blue eyes who otherwise looked like a frumpy postman By the ti

  • Title: The Devil's Mistress: The Diary of Eva Braun: The Woman Who Lived and Died with Hitler: A Novel
  • Author: Alison Leslie Gold
  • ISBN: 9780571199235
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Eva Anna Paula Braun, vain, silly, and easily deluded, was seventeen in 1929 when she first met Herr Wolf, a 40 year old with penetrating blue eyes who otherwise looked like a frumpy postman By the time she learned that her old admirer was Adolf Hitler, the leader of the outlawed Nazi party, they had begun a sexual liaison that would survive the Fuhrer s rise to poweEva Anna Paula Braun, vain, silly, and easily deluded, was seventeen in 1929 when she first met Herr Wolf, a 40 year old with penetrating blue eyes who otherwise looked like a frumpy postman By the time she learned that her old admirer was Adolf Hitler, the leader of the outlawed Nazi party, they had begun a sexual liaison that would survive the Fuhrer s rise to power, World War II, a bevy of beautiful women vying for his attention, and finally end in marriage and double suicide in 1945 The Devil s Mistress is a chilling, satirical work of extrapolation that has been grafted onto a fragment of Eva Braun s actual diary written in 1935 Based on extensive research and supported by a factual armature, this personification of evil takes the reader into the hidden erotic life of Hitler, and as she was affectionately nicknamed Fraulein Effie And, without ever realizing that she was the sex slave of one of the cruelest men in history, she was nonetheless able to chisel out a powerful identity for herself within a loathsome, amoral milieu of mass killers.

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    1. Unimaginative and Unrealistic As an avid reader of all things Adolf and Eva, the author clearly demonstrates she has done some amount of research into their relationship. So some of the mistakes in this book are inexcusable: like the incorrect date on his niece's death when we know for certain she died Sept. 18, 1931. The author has her dying two years early in the book. I expect more from someone who in other areas shows she has read up on what we "know" about their relationship so it disappoin [...]

    2. I gave this book a three because it was written in such a way that I just couldn't put it down. However, I do believe the the words "based on" actual diaries are used very loosely. It was interesting but I have read/ watched a lot of stuff about Hitler and Eva Braun and this was by no means historically accurate. The sex tales are bizarre and I am wondering how much of that has any bases in reality. Actually I was left wondering how much of any of it was based off her real diaries or true events [...]

    3. I'm interested to find out about the woman who lived and died with the devil. A suggestion from another member.************************I was disappointed by the book. I thought it was the "true" diary of Eva Braun but this book is "a satrical work of extrapolation that has been grafted onto a fragment of Eva Braun's actual diary wirtten in 1935" (directly from the book jacket) I bought the book online so I didn't see that when I bought it.I'm not sure that I truly bought what the author was sel [...]

    4. This book was gripping and insightful. I could not put it down,I finished it in about 3 hrs. When I got to the end it said the book was based on the diary of eva braun. The whole time I thought I was reading the official diary of eva braun. I still enjoyed it though,does anyone have any suggestions on similar books about berlin or the hitler days.

    5. Interesting book. Written from actual diaries and interviews mixed with the authors best guess to flesh out the story.

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