The Fuehrer's Blood

Rated 5.00/5 based on 14 reviews
Han or ‘The shadow’ as they call him is Hitler’s most trusted henchman & sniper who was last seen deep within illicit Russian territory.
Now, on the 1st day of May 1945 a mysterious band of Germans christened ‘Blood Moon’ unite in an underground shelter in Berlin to rescue Han. They decipher a terrible truth from Hitler's mysterious diary as they now race against time to reach Han. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Historical » General
  • Words: 124,510
  • Language: English (Indian dialect)
  • ISBN: 9781310031649
About Shreyans Zaveri

Shreyans Zaveri has always had a strong inclination toward storytelling. His style of fiction is derived from exposure to spiritual texts and teachings early on in her life. Varied scriptures such as the Vedas and Tattvarthsutra have shaped his imagination and narrative. He loves to research, study, and learn about history, spirituality, science, and metaphysics. Apart from storytelling, he is a full-time filmmaker and visual effects artist. He loves to spend time in nature, under the stars, and at spiritual retreats. His educational background ranges from a masters degree in philosophy to a masters degree in visual effects. His stories are proudly formed and rooted in India, and made for the world.

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Tanya Mukundan reviewed on Sep. 17, 2016

A well-written war related book! It is surely based on history and people who existed, but altered into fiction to create a great story instead of a historical narrative of Nazi Germany and Hitler. The plot revolves around the tyrannical leader, but it is the well crafted characters like Han, Theodor, and Konstantin that makes this a compelling read. I loved the way the book ends.
(reviewed 7 months after purchase)
Raju Pandey reviewed on Aug. 12, 2016

I just loved Han & Hitler. Two of my favourite characters in the novel. A fresh new perspective on the World War era. Must read. Cheers to the author.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Sumitra K reviewed on Aug. 9, 2016

I am not much of a reader but this one kept me interested right till the end.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
Salika reviewed on July 12, 2016

Since Hitler had been an immensely intriguing personality, the title made me buy the book. I don't usually read much but this one, I just couldn't put down. Hitler's life has been brilliantly portrayed through the narrative and I just loved the way it all culminates. Totally recommend this one.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Sanjana Galada reviewed on July 12, 2016

Very well crafted narrative. Loved how the characters interact and how the entire story comes together. Enjoyed this new point of view for Adolf Hitler.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Prutha Rajeshirke reviewed on July 12, 2016

A very interesting read. Amazingly different perspective on WW2 and Hitler
The writer does a great job focusing in minute details. Beautifully written by this young author. A must read, truly recommended.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Vktor reviewed on July 11, 2016

The book is such a roller-coaster right from the word go. Each chapter is griping and keeps you hooked. I hoped that the book would go on a little longer. Never knew this side of Hitler before. A must read!
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
aditishah3007 reviewed on July 11, 2016

Nice book. Loved the first chapter and just love Han. The research might be questionable but the way it all falls together in the end it's amazing. I don't really agree to this side of the conspiracy theory when it comes to WWII but the novel is convincing enough to change my thoughts on the same. Must read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Rush Shah reviewed on July 11, 2016

Loved the novel. Not a very big fan of the WWII stories but this one really kept me hooked till the very end. The Fuehrer's Blood has now intrigued me to read more on the WWII and Hitler.
The way we have to read until the end of the chapter to understand why the title is named in such a way is brilliantly done.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Jitu Shah reviewed on July 11, 2016

Never before thought of this side of WWII. It's a great new perspective and the story telling is apt and to the point. It's a small novel but very well written. Definitely recommend for a quick light read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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