The interwar years of Hitler have outstanding documentation, but of course there are stories lost and untold. Storm’s profound interest in fascist leadership unlocks workings within the Night of the Long Knives and other long London nights. Five years into the future, British citizens face their failures and fears. A fascist regime grins upon the throne in this novel acclaimed by scholars as culturally important. The blood spilled in Storm’s vision of dystopian hardship make this essential reading for learning about human confusions and conditions. Civilization is paramount for people, and she reflects on certain aspects during direst of times while delivering dark clarity.
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