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The Last Way Station: Hitler's Final Journey [Kindle Edition]

Jon Reisfeld

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On April 30, 1945, Adolf Hitler, one of history’s most vicious mass murderers, retired to his room in his bunker twenty-eight feet beneath the old Reich Chancery garden. Above him, the Red Armny advanced upon, and encircled, Berlin, ending his dream of a thousand-year Aryan empire .
Hitler placed a glass cyanide capsule between his teeth and pointed a loaded service pistol at his right temple. Then, smugly believing he had both evaded capture and escaped all accountability for his crimes, he bit down and pulled the trigger. He was wrong!
The Last Way Station: Hitler's Final Journey begins moments later, when the Fǜhrer awakes en route to a numbingly cold, solitary holding cell in the after world. There, he meets his caseworker, a supernatural being tasked with helping him face and work through his sins. The workload is beyond measure and the methods? They are no less horrific than the very crimes committed in Hitler's name.
This speculative, WWII historical fantasy novelette explores Hitler’s psyche, the psychology of evil and asks, “What, if anything, constitutes fitting punishment for the super evil?”

About the Author

A graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, Jon Reisfeld has worked, most of his adult life, as a writer and marketer. He has more than 25 years combined experience in journalism, corporate communications, advertising and marketing. At 23, Jon became the first writer ever to have a story start on the cover of Baltimore Magazine. (It was a piece about teenage suicide.) He later founded and published Housecalls, a Baltimore-based health-and-fitness magazine. In the mid 90s, Jon served as Director of Marketing and Communications for Duron Paints and Wallcoverings. He ran the half-billion dollar regional paint company's 12-person in-house advertising agency for several years before returning to his private marketing consulting practice. Jon's eclectic interests run the gamut from cosmology, chaos theory, technology and sci-fi to social issues, politics, the economy, anthropology, marketing and writing. He began writing fiction in his 40s and enjoys reading, walking, cycling, attending the theatre and "most" new movie openings. His next major fiction project will be a sci-fi trilogy set on earth and spanning "several hundred years" of human history.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1632 KB
  • Print Length: 76 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jon Reisfeld; 2 edition (May 6 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004ZR9KSW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #953,823 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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5.0 out of 5 stars The Last Way Station: Hitler's Final Journey April 23 2012
By Catharine J. Anderson - Published on
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Wow! A great story. Hitler commits suicide and finds himself in the afterlife. In order to evolve as a human being he has to experience what each and every soul he harmed, directly or indirectly, experienced. A time consuming task as he does not get it. All he can focus on is himself and his desire to go down in history as all powerful. His "caseworker" has infinite patience however and they keep working through it until... read it and find out. If this is what happens after death, its something to really think about. A great book - well written and thought provoking!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars authorpholloway March 4 2012
By authorpholloway - Published on
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I enjoyed this story but it can't be classified as a book. It is more of a short story. But, having said that, this writer is a hell of a writer and I feel that if he had plumped the story up a bit more it could have been a wonderful book. Maybe if he had put in more of the cases instead of just saying Hitler went through many lifetimes as many different Jews, it would have been better. It left me craving more, which I consider a good thing.

I believe this author has more potential than any of the fresh new self-published author I've read so far. For a first "book" it is excellent. Keep going Jon. I will read anything you write. I can't wait to see how you grow as an author.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, spell binding May 17 2011
By Marbles - Published on
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What if? - Hitler's last days were reviewed by the devil himself?
A graphic, well written, thought provoking novella, holds your attention to the very last word!
Creative insight into such a well-known, despised historical figure.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An interesting take... May 31 2012
By Shawn Mullen - Published on
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A very interesting take on the potential aftermath of Hitler's April '45 suicide. The book is a quick read and raises interesting ideas about the mindset of one of the 20th century's most infamous mass murderer's as well as what happens to all of us when the light of this mortal coil is snuffed. Being old school, I popped for the actual printed version, and am glad I did. Definitely recommended.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Unsatisfying April 26 2012
By Jeff Dawson - Published on
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The blurb would have the reader think they are about to embark on a trip through the psyche of Adolph Hitler and how he would possible atone for the atrocities committed against mankind from 1933 through 1945. Not the case.

There is nothing "earth shaking" or contemplative at all. This really could have been an excellent work and forced the reader to consider the "what if's" as Hitler attempts to reconcile his sins of the past. Instead, the reader is left wondering why they spent $.99 for a maximum thirty minute read.

I have studied this era of history extensively. How could a man of such feeble beginnings rise to create the most horrific society the planet has ever endured? How could this have happened and what aura did he cast on his fellow thugs and country to embark upon the most horrific crimes of mankind? Historically, his hatred for the Jews started in Vienna as he continually failed in his artistic endeavors. He was reading a paper that decried, "the Jews were responsible for the ills of Europe." Were these comments planted by the communist party under Stalin that were enacting their own pogroms?

Planting Hitler in a small Jewish child's body was interesting, but then nothing. I believe the next story could have been him as a Kapo at any of the camps or the Generals wife who inadvertently found herself on the wrong train that disembarked at Treblinka. She didn't live to tell the story.

As it is, I felt I was reading a short blurb from "A Christmas Carol."

On the bright side, if Mr. Reisfeld will take the time to truly tell the story and let his imagination take the reader into the depths of Hitler attempting to redeem himself and explain his brutality for a chance at saving his most vile soul, that would be interesting.

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