Loved the novel, but still hungry for more?
If you've devoured the last morsel of your savory book, but have a stomach that yearns for more, "Behind the Story" will be a most delightful surprise. Enjoy this basket full of hand-picked treats, compiled as an easy, concise, info-rich serving just for you! You'll be on a VIP tour where we will take you by the hand to show you what is behind the curtains, what is "Behind the Story".
Introducing: Behind the Story Series
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Re-read the original book RIGHT AFTER reading this book!
The original book suddenly became much richer and more enticing after I finished this Behind the Story, I HAD to open up the original book once more! Highly recommended!
From Sherry Lawson for Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, February 22, 2012
A sneak peek of what's inside:
? Bibliography and resources, great as study guides or research resource.
? Trivia Questions and Discussion Starters, great for your book clubs!
?What was the inspiration behind the creation of this book??
Larson was in a lull after the publication of his book, The Devil in the White City, when he found the book The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by William Shirer while browsing in a bookshop. It was a book he had always intended to read and he thought it was the right time for him to do that, since he was still thinking of what subject matter to write about in his next book. He got engrossed in the book because Shirer had actually been in Germany during the Nazi Regime. He had been able to write his personal experiences as a war correspondent in Germany for six years, and use captured Third Reich documents of key participants. He had been able to meet Hitler, Goebbels, Goering, among others, and Larson wondered how it could have been for Shirer to have met all these people without knowing what would happen next as we knew it now. He wondered how it really would have felt for Shirer to experience the darkness falling over Germany as events unfolded.
Larson said this ?wet his imagination.? He was a journalist/historian/novelist and Shirer was a war correspondent so this was very attractive to someone like him. He began thinking of writing about Nazi Germany.
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Disclaimer: This work is not meant to replace, but to complement the original work. If you've loved the novel, then this is the book for you. It is educational in purpose, entertaining in nature, unauthorized and unofficial. It is a digestive work produced to stimulate the appetite and to encourage readers to appreciate the original work even more.