Sunday, June 11, 2006

The Boys from Brazil by Ira Levin

A decent audio book that was fun to listen to. A little far-fetched, but hey, what’s a few Adolf Hitlers among friends. I’m sorry, even if there were 94 genetic duplicates of Hitler growing up in the 1970s, I think the odds of one of them becoming a monster like Hitler would be pretty slim. To argue otherwise is to argue that what made Hitler the monster he was were his genes and the fact that his father died when he was 13. There may have been more to it than that. Like, oh, I don’t know. How about getting elected Chancellor of Germany? Without that, how many Jews could he really have killed? It was still a fun read. Do you like the apples?

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