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Adolf Hitler orders the creation of a superhuman army to destroy the Russians, and to win the second world war. Scientist and dedicated Nazi Kurt Krautkrämer experiments on on young Jewish boys in concentration camps first. Upon perfecting his formula and methods, the scientist and geneticist proceeds to pull a number of Ayrian boys from their homes and families, injecting Adolf Hitler orders the creation of a superhuman army to destroy the Russians, and to win the second world war. Scientist and dedicated Nazi Kurt Krautkrämer experiments on on young Jewish boys in concentration camps first. Upon perfecting his formula and methods, the scientist and geneticist proceeds to pull a number of Ayrian boys from their homes and families, injecting them with his serum and putting them through a series radiation procedures. Krautkrämer succeeds in producing a sole super-solider, Klaus, but time runs out as the Russian advance through eastern Europe. The doctor and Klaus flee Poland to surrender to the Americans in France. The doctor continues his work in secret for the CIA in America- and creates three additional super-humans; Butch, Nathan, and Tiny. As time progresses, the boys learn to live with their new bodies and perspectives. They fight in wars, assisting with intelligence gathering, assassinations, sabotage, and guerrilla warfare missions for the CIA, in an effort to halt the international spread of communism. The Children of the Third Reich tells the story of four ordinary children who were converted to super-beings - and their lives throughout time, and how they changed history. The Children of the Third Reich is a story that starts at a Nazi experimental medical facility in Poland in 1943 and ends of on the surface of Mars in 2090. This is the story of the Nazi doctor and his four creations and how they change history, their conflicting world-views, and how they use their super-powers (for both good and bad). This is also a story about the fragility of the humans who live alongside the doctor’s creations. This is a story of heroes, villains, sacrifice, and betrayal - that culminates in a fight of good against evil. The Children of the Third Reich is the first part in a trilogy of transgressive superhero fiction stories. This trilogy is built on strong, character driven story telling, expansive world building, and fast paced action.


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Adolf Hitler orders the creation of a superhuman army to destroy the Russians, and to win the second world war. Scientist and dedicated Nazi Kurt Krautkrämer experiments on on young Jewish boys in concentration camps first. Upon perfecting his formula and methods, the scientist and geneticist proceeds to pull a number of Ayrian boys from their homes and families, injecting Adolf Hitler orders the creation of a superhuman army to destroy the Russians, and to win the second world war. Scientist and dedicated Nazi Kurt Krautkrämer experiments on on young Jewish boys in concentration camps first. Upon perfecting his formula and methods, the scientist and geneticist proceeds to pull a number of Ayrian boys from their homes and families, injecting them with his serum and putting them through a series radiation procedures. Krautkrämer succeeds in producing a sole super-solider, Klaus, but time runs out as the Russian advance through eastern Europe. The doctor and Klaus flee Poland to surrender to the Americans in France. The doctor continues his work in secret for the CIA in America- and creates three additional super-humans; Butch, Nathan, and Tiny. As time progresses, the boys learn to live with their new bodies and perspectives. They fight in wars, assisting with intelligence gathering, assassinations, sabotage, and guerrilla warfare missions for the CIA, in an effort to halt the international spread of communism. The Children of the Third Reich tells the story of four ordinary children who were converted to super-beings - and their lives throughout time, and how they changed history. The Children of the Third Reich is a story that starts at a Nazi experimental medical facility in Poland in 1943 and ends of on the surface of Mars in 2090. This is the story of the Nazi doctor and his four creations and how they change history, their conflicting world-views, and how they use their super-powers (for both good and bad). This is also a story about the fragility of the humans who live alongside the doctor’s creations. This is a story of heroes, villains, sacrifice, and betrayal - that culminates in a fight of good against evil. The Children of the Third Reich is the first part in a trilogy of transgressive superhero fiction stories. This trilogy is built on strong, character driven story telling, expansive world building, and fast paced action.

36 review for The Children of the Third Reich (The Children Trilogy #1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Vegas

    A really talented and creative author who goes beyond the creative constraints to create an amazing book that keeps you totally glued to the story. The story is set during the Second World War as Doctor Krautkramer engages in experiments to create a super-soldier under the orders of Adolf Hitler. In fact, the book is more than 400 pages and I can’t believe I read it in less than 3 days. The suspense kept me on my toes eagerly waiting for the next surprise, and it would never disappoint. I will h A really talented and creative author who goes beyond the creative constraints to create an amazing book that keeps you totally glued to the story. The story is set during the Second World War as Doctor Krautkramer engages in experiments to create a super-soldier under the orders of Adolf Hitler. In fact, the book is more than 400 pages and I can’t believe I read it in less than 3 days. The suspense kept me on my toes eagerly waiting for the next surprise, and it would never disappoint. I will have to check out more books by the author because his style of writing has turned out to be my favorite!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Trizah Kelvin

    What a thrilling start to a trilogy! To be honest, reading this book seemed like watching a movie or a physical manifestation of fantasy. It is written in such a vivid manner that you end up feeling like part of the whole setting. Besides, the book was so lively and action-packed that it kept me engaged all through. If you love action-packed fiction, this book will surely leave you amazed by the story of the four super-humans and the Nazi doctor.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    The Children of the Third Reich is a story of how Klaus is given an injection that makes him a superhuman. However, everything is not smooth as Klus and the doctor have to run away from Poland to escape from Russians. Three more super-soldiers are created, making the story 3 times more thrilling and adventurous! The story is remarkably written, character development is comprehensively achieved, and the flow transitions from scene to scene very smoothly. The boys have to live with their new super The Children of the Third Reich is a story of how Klaus is given an injection that makes him a superhuman. However, everything is not smooth as Klus and the doctor have to run away from Poland to escape from Russians. Three more super-soldiers are created, making the story 3 times more thrilling and adventurous! The story is remarkably written, character development is comprehensively achieved, and the flow transitions from scene to scene very smoothly. The boys have to live with their new super-human lives and face new threats and challenges as they encounter betrayal and villains.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Golbricks

    This is one of the best stories I have read in a long time. It's real, it's true, it's relatable. Highly recommend! This is one of the best stories I have read in a long time. It's real, it's true, it's relatable. Highly recommend!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Hikes in Rain

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway, for which I am very grateful. The following is my unbiased and unsolicited review of the book. One of the Nazi “conspiracy theories” is the attempt at creating Aryan Super Soldiers. This book, or series, is an expansion on the story. And it’s an excellent one. Doctor Krautkramer develops a serum, which when injected into young boys and energized by gamma rays, has a low probability of creating a “superman”. It takes three attempts to get to the ultimate su I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway, for which I am very grateful. The following is my unbiased and unsolicited review of the book. One of the Nazi “conspiracy theories” is the attempt at creating Aryan Super Soldiers. This book, or series, is an expansion on the story. And it’s an excellent one. Doctor Krautkramer develops a serum, which when injected into young boys and energized by gamma rays, has a low probability of creating a “superman”. It takes three attempts to get to the ultimate superbeing. Only one in a hundred boys survive each attempt, and by the end of WWII, only one third stage super solder is made. At the end of the war, the “good” doctor and his creation are taken to the States, and the project begins again. Three more super soldiers are created, and their influence on history is relayed to the reader. It’s pretty intense. One of the creations is super-good; the other is super-evil. The other two turn out to be, well, cannon fodder. They’re killed off much easier that one might expect of super beings. Ultimately, there is a good vs. evil confrontation. The sole remaining super soldier, who may well be immortal and unkillable, is marooned on Mars, being the only human who can withstand the conditions there. The story, writing, and world building in this story is exceptional. One of the best I’ve read in a long time. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I now have the second book in my queue. I look forward to reading it!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tanya Hansen

    Interesting and considering world governments and technological advances it makes you wonder if it can be true. Don't know if this is a final version--a couple of typos that stood out to me, especially when a character's name was wrong. Not sure the title is applicable as much of the book does not deal with the Third Reich. Interested in reading book #2. Interesting and considering world governments and technological advances it makes you wonder if it can be true. Don't know if this is a final version--a couple of typos that stood out to me, especially when a character's name was wrong. Not sure the title is applicable as much of the book does not deal with the Third Reich. Interested in reading book #2.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lanny Zimmerman Holley

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