In this day of ours, when the true history of this heresiarch seems to be on the wane, even among (should we add particularly among) Catholics, there is an urgent need to recall the ‘real face of this man’. The author is familiar with the sources and he simply presents the history in an un-emotional manner. [. . .]
We all owe a debt of gratitude to the author for providing us with such an amazing work on the true face of Luther. And the English reader owes an extra debt to the translator, for giving a very readable rendering. May it find warm welcome among all priests and laity alike!
source: Book Review: Luther’s True Face on SSPX Asia news & events