Günter Heyes is an accomplished Pilot and Mechanical Engineer. He is also a political activist who is deeply concerned about social justice, the environment and foremost about human rights. He is an atheist and pretty much everything the “good old god-fearing right wing” hates. His political insights come from his past involvement with his country’s Military Intelligence Service and naturally with his consequent exposure to the double-faced lies of big politics during his services. In the book, all his past experiences are well blended into the story. It often makes the reader wonder “If” this book is not fiction but truth after all?
Günter’s books have one common thread throughout! “Kill the dreams of a child today and you have created the Dictator or Terrorist for tomorrow…” For Günter, politics is always personal. Pretty much picking up on the saying – “What goes around, comes around” – the Book Tiny Eden underlines that an often so simple and almost unimportant gesture or action can have severe consequences for the future, be they negative or positive. What makes him such an accomplished writer is that he can take the “so boring” politics and turn them into gripping personal stories.