Okay, so I'm sure someone will let me know if this has been done before but here it goes; I'm thinking about writing a book Hitler that focuses on more of his personal life and the love story between him and Ava Braun. My goal is to have the war going on around the story but never actually a focus point other than to show the back drop that their love grew from. My question is: would you actually read a book like this? most books don't show the human side of Hitler. they only show him as a tyrant that killed millions. (yes I know that's what he did but that's not the focus of my book nor do i stand by what he did.) However, if written correctly, I believe that the story of love that develops while everything else around is so wretched and awful can make a beautiful story, but I'm wondering if people would take it as the love story it is or only see it as trying to....I don't know, I guess what ever people would get mad about if Hitler was ever portrayed as anything more than a heartless killer. (I do know there is a book called Hitler's niece) which I've heard portrays Hitler with some heart but just a little and the book ends with him being a heartless person again. (will not spoil it for anyone that will read it.) but basically the book keeps him as the devil with small spots of kindness trickling through that are proven to be only random flukes that subside quickly.) Furthermore, there is a debate of whether Hitler actually loved Ava Braun or only began a relationship out of fear of dying alone. both would make an interesting story but which do you believe is true? any opinions on the book Idea, the relationship that was there, or any other comments you believe are relevant to this topic are welcome. thank you. aaaaaaaaaaand i just realized I should have put this in the feed back and suggestion area so feel free to move mods. sorry.