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According to the young man, Mengele is activating the ODESSA for a strange assignment: sending out six Nazis former SS officers to kill 94 men, who share a few common traits.
All men are civil servants , and all of them have to be killed on or about particular dates, spread over several years.
All will be 65 years old at the time of their killing. Before the young man can finish the conversation, he is killed.
Liebermann is hesitant and wonders if the call was a prank. But he investigates and discovers that the killings the young man spoke of are taking place.
As he tries to determine why the seemingly unimportant men are being killed, he discovers by coincidence that the children of two of the men are identical.
It eventually transpires each of the 94 targets has a son aged 13, a genetic clone of Adolf Hitler planted by Mengele. Mengele wishes to create a new Führer for the Nazi movement, and is trying to ensure that the lives of the clones follow a similar path to Hitler's.
Each civil servant father is married to a woman about 23 years younger, and their killing is an attempt to mimic the death of Hitler's own father.
Liebermann manages to work out who one of the intended targets is, and travels to Pennsylvania to warn him that his life may be in danger.
However, Mengele reaches the man first, kills him, and then encounters Liebermann. Sidney Beynon Rosemary Harris Doring John Dehner Henry Wheelock John Rubinstein David Bennett Anne Meara Curry Jeremy Black Professor Bruckner Walter Gotell Mundt David Hurst Edit Storyline Barry Kohler, a young Nazi hunter, tracks down a group of former SS officers meeting in Paraguay in the late s.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia During the meeting of Mengele Gregory Peck and Lieberman Laurence Olivier in Lancaster County, PA, Mengele tells Lieberman that he saw on his television in his motel room at one o'clock a.
They're showing films about the war. The series was superbly narrated by Laurence Olivier. Goofs As Dr. Josef Mengele and Wheelock are talking, and Wheelock hasn't yet put the dogs out of the room, Mengele sits on the couch and you can see the boom mic's shadow moving on the wall to the right.
Quotes David Bennett : We have the right and we have the duty. Ezra Lieberman : To do what? To kill children? Crazy Credits The 20th Century Fox logo is in black and white and does not have the fanfare playing over it.
Alternate Versions A somewhat shorter version has been still is? This meant that the film ended with Liebermann in the hospital bed burning the list of the boys remaining to be found.
Perhaps a somewhat more optimistic ending than the original showing Bobby Wheelock in possesion of the necklace and developing pictures of the wounded Mengele and Lieberman.
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Frequently Asked Questions Q: Dr. Mengele picks up what looks like a bracelet of jaguar teeth in the ruins of his old maternity hospital.
At the end of the movie, the cloned boy hangs it up with the photographs he is developing. What is the significance of the bracelet, if any?
Edit Details Country: UK USA. From that standpoint, I can forgive some of the fears expressed by characters in the book, which sounded a lot like arguments made in by people who should have known better.
Stephen King compared Levin to a Swiss watchmaker. Feb 05, Jill Hutchinson rated it liked it Shelves: fiction.
I read the book, saw the movie, and then re-read the book again lately. In my mind's eye I kept seeing Olivier as the Nazi hunter and Peck as Mengele and they hammed it up pretty badly in the film.
That aside, the story although pretty far-fetched well, maybe not so far fetched in the modern world of cloning still intrigues. At the time it was written, many of the Nazis responsible for the atrocities were still living It made the story a part of living I read the book, saw the movie, and then re-read the book again lately.
It made the story a part of living history at that time. In the 21st century, the younger reader may not appreciate the intensity of the search for these criminals and will see the book as just a good thriller.
Regardless as to how you approach it, "The Boys From Brazil" is a good read. I found this book to be Fairly sure it wasn't meant to be a comedy--Ira Levin didn't write comedies and the plot is about hunting down the guy attempting to "recreate" Hilter.
But still, despite all of that, this was the funniest thing I've read all year long, and I don't know Nashville International Airport, TN I found this book to be Nashville International Airport, TN View all 10 comments.
That way more people learn about them. People say "don't judge a book by it's cover" but when a cover has a swastika on it, I'm like a moth to a flame.
Short version: It's the s and a bunch of Nazis who have been in hiding in Brazil decide the time has come to initiate a plan to start up the Fourth Reich and finally achieve Aryan supremacy.
So to Europe they head. Meanwhile, a Nazi Hunter is still looking for them. The Boys From Brazil is a brilliant yarn and has nice twists and t People say "don't judge a book by it's cover" but when a cover has a swastika on it, I'm like a moth to a flame.
The Boys From Brazil is a brilliant yarn and has nice twists and turns. Is it believable? Not really. But nor is Lord of the Rings but that doesn't make it any less enjoyable.
Perhaps it was more chilling when it was first published but I think most people know the theories behind the plot are very much fiction.
If you're in the mood for a good ol' romp with some naughty Nazis then The Boys From Brazil is for you! As a side note, I've only just discovered that the novel's "baddie", Dr Josef Mengele was actually the real physician in Auschwitz-Birkenau who earned himself the title "Angel of Death" due to his experiments on children and at the time of the novel's release was still in hiding.
That's a fact you can have to keep. Jun 23, Perry rated it really liked it Shelves: circle. Nazi Hunter Hounds Angel of Death "Four hundred thousand more to die Angel of Death, Monarch to the kingdom of the dead, Sadistic surgeon of demise This thriller is set in as the fictional Ezra Lieberman, a Nazi hunter based loosely on Simon Wiesenthal, is contacted by a U.
The only link among the men thus far killed is they were murdered just after reaching age 65; otherwise, they seem to share no common traits.
The chilling novel tracks Lieberman as he desperately tries to determine the link among the targeted men before more are killed why does Mengele want these seemingly harmless men dead?
While some parts of the novel are dated mainly because most any SS officer in the Third Reich, if alive, would be near or older , the genetic engineering premise is much more likely than upon the novel's publication.
Shelves: beach-read , thriller , historical-fiction , espionage , seventies-classics. One of the books from my childhood. I first saw the movie in and loved it.
I was just a kid and failed to realize that the movie was totally over the top. I realize it now and I still like to watch it now and again.
Excuse the digression. After seeing the movie I read the book. My parents belonged to The Book of the Month Club and the Mystery Guild book club back then and our library was full of the cheap hardbacks made exclusively for book club members.
But ,regardless of the low quality One of the books from my childhood. But ,regardless of the low quality book binding, my parent's memberships gave me access to a vast number of mainstream novels from the seventies.
The Boys from Brazil is one of the books that I devoured. At the time I found it a fascinating and horrifying prospect.
Cloning was getting lots of attention in the seventies and a seemingly resurgent Nazi movement was causing some real concern.
The concept of cloning Hitler just blew my mind as a kid. It was a fascinating concept. Many were convinced that there was a Fourth Reich in South America and it was just a matter of time before the world's nations would find themselves dealing with another Nazi menace.
No doubt this fear added kick to Levin's novel. As it did for William Goldman's classic novel Marathon Man. Hardly the omnipotent, highly-organized, and well funded Teutonic war machine that was the stuff of thrillers in the sixties and seventies.
With this additional knowledge the book has some of it's punch dissipated. Like Marathon Man the novel has held up well.
That both books are set in the mid-seventies actually helps. They are period stories now and ,if one requires it, can be considered "secret histories" of the attempt to build the Fourth Reich by the fugitive Nazis in South America.
It's a good read. Very easy and can be completed in a day. Classify it as a classic "beach read". I might have read this book or seen the movie.
If so, it was a long, long, long time ago. Simon Vance is one of my all time favorite narrators. In this book though, his voice is mostly monotone and it was hard to keep up my interest.
Vance's depiction of the characters is his usual great job. This is an interesting although slow moving plot about some former Nazi's plot to organize a new Fourth Reich.
To do this however 93 men in their 60's must be assassinated on specific dates. A young journali I might have read this book or seen the movie.
A young journalist finds out about the plot and tries to contact a famous Jewish man, Yakov Liebermann. The journalist calls Liebermann late one night from Brazil and the call is mysteriously is disconnected.
Yakov doesn't know what to think at first but then starts to follow up on what seems to be unrelated clues.
Yakov Liebermann is famous for being a Nazi hunter and having written a book about key Nazi individuals responsible war atrocities and the Holocaust.
There are two major aspects about the book that make it interesting. There is Yakov's quest in solving the senseless murders occurring in different countries and continents.
And there is a some history about the Holocaust and what became of certain figures after WWII. A third aspect is also interesting but that would be a major spoiler and is embedded in the motive behind the assassinations.
Although the book is well written, this not what you would call a fast action or suspenseful story. Okay, there is a bit of suspense.
The story is meticulously developed and revealed. For me at times, it was hard to keep focus and made for some slow sections. This is not necessarily a bad thing although I sort of "tuned out" and had to reconnect myself back into the story in places.
The Boys From Brazil is a good solid read. I love Ira levin's work. Now I just need to find one of his books that's not so famous that I already know the big twist.
Great book, some great symbolism carefully worked into it. Levin was very good at presenting ideas as fact and never glorifying. I won't dissect the plot at length but it's good to be reminded that "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" ta, Santayana and I just love books on alternate history.
Jun 16, Kitty Red-Eye added it Shelves: fiction , classics , ww2-and-holocaust. Some of these post-WW2 nazi crime books are classics.
I imagine this was quite visionary in its time, the plot including cloning, which still is quite cutting-edge. Still, the genre feels dated.
Still worth your while to read this book, or at least watch the movie. View all 7 comments. I adore Ira Levin.
His stories are all killer, no filler, with the most ludicrous, far-fetched seeds of ideas at their root His boundary-pushing imagination chills me to the bone, and The Stepford Wives and Rosemary's Baby are among my all-time favorite books.
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The boys from Brazil: a novel , Random House. The boys from Brazil , G. The Boys from Brazil First published in Subjects delusions of grandeur , concentration camps , World War II , ODESSA , civil servants , cloning , Holocaust , Nazi hunters , Fiction , Science fiction , Suspense fiction , Clones and cloning , Antisemitism , Nazis , Modern fiction , National socialism , Large type books.
People Adolf Hitler , Yakov Liebermann , Josef Mengele , Adolf Hitler.In The Boys from Brazil, the Nazi war criminals openly cavort, party, and run s South America. And the notorious Josef Mengele does whatever he wants and goes wherever he wants. Oh, and deep in the jungles of Paraguay he cloned Hitler and helped unleash almost little Hitler clones throughout the western world. The less you know about The Boys From Brazil the better, A quite well known story based upon a Ira Levin novel. Is a good thriller, which allows two of the greatest actors there has ever been a chance to ham it up a bit. The Boys from Brazil is a plot driven thriller about exiled Nazi, Josef Mengele’s attempt to resurrect the Reich. It is a thoroughly intriguing concept and I was really looking forward to reading it. Yet I found myself somewhat disappointed. A Nazi-hunter chases infamous Dr. Josef Mengele, who has escaped to Paraguay to create an army of Hitler clones in hopes of reviving the Third Reich. Krieger's one of the boys from Brazil!" Yes, once again I find myself reading a book as a result of an Archer reference (see also Bartleby The Scrivener). The premise (of the book, not of Archer) is that down in South America, the fugitive Dr. Mengele is sending out six men to kill 94 civil servants on precise dates in nine countries.