From the desk of Thomas Goodrich . . .
I am extremely proud to announce that an audio book is now available for Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947 (click for link). Since the paperback was first published in 2012, people have constantly asked if an audio book would soon be available. Unfortunately, although I wanted very much to say “Yes!” my answer was always, “No.” That has now changed. And thus, in your car, at home, or even on the job, this book can now be heard without interruption in its entirety, as it was intended.
The simple fact is, it does take work to read. Some of us, myself included, lack either the time or visual ability to wade through a four-hundred-page book. But while many, for a variety of reasons, are incapable of actually reading a book, virtually all of us can listen to a book. And this audio book will certainly be an experience worth listening to. In the rich and compelling voice of the narrator, Paul English, what Germany and her people passed through during and after World War II is an unforgettable epic guaranteed to have a profound impact on all who hear.
My dedication in the opening pages of Hellstorm was to “the voiceless victims of the world’s worst war.” I am happy here to announce that the voiceless victims now have not only a voice, but a powerful and highly professional voice that will soon be heard around the world.
I’m usually very skeptical of works which’re prompted by Nazi apologists.
However, the documentary Hellstorm (I’m assuming it was adapted there-from) was actually very good.
Didn’t know it was first a book.
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