At first I thought Konig’s Fire was a fiction about Nazi Germany, which it is. But then some strange things happened, and I knew the story had jumped to fantasy. And the spiritual significance of events is so powerful! The publisher puts this under the class “Just Weird”. I think I would say, “Just Weird, but Good!”
From the Publisher:
They Called Me Nebuchadnezzar The Nazis have established a torture center in a mine at the heart of a Romanian forest. Here they interrogate prisoners and, sometimes, throw them into the furnace at the heart of the mine. Only now, the primeval forest is rising against them, unleashing a preternatural army to besiege the great iron gate of the mine. The fearsome guards become terrified prisoners and the furnace itself burns with hungry anger against them. Sascha KÃ¶nig, a man they called Nebuchadnezzar, is their only hope. He is master of the furnace. All along, he has been Hitler’s ardent servant. But nowâ€¦KÃ¶nig is wrestling with demons of his own, and the Master of all fires is calling him to Himself through the haunting eyes of a little gypsy girl KÃ¶nig did not save.
A gold mine for readers who enjoy the blend of paranormal fantasy with one man’s desperate search for meaning and self-sacrifice. Publishers Weekly