Recovering from injuries received in the desert, Luftwaffe fighter ace Jochen Murville dreams of playing the piano and living in Sweden with Gerda, the Jewish woman whose escape from Germany he engineered. However, his engagement to Lotte still stands – no matter how much her Nazi beliefs horrify him.
Germany is being bombed night and day and Hitler, when Jochen meets him, seems deluded. Where is the country going? With the Russians advancing on Berlin and the end approaching for the Nazi Reich, will Jochen escape the cataclysm?
Following on from the events of The Best One There and inspired by the character of Hans-Joachim Marseille, The End of It is a powerful and gripping study of the downfall of the Third Reich and of the fate of a humane man as it collapses.
Bruce Fellows lives in Bristol and has had two original plays and four theatrical adaptations of classic stories and novels as well as several shorter pieces professionally produced by local theatre companies. He writes a monthly column on books for the Bristol Six + Eight Magazine and has published two previous novels: That Quiet Earth and The Best One There.
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