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Publisher's Summary

Birgit ist zu Kaspar in den Westen geflohen, für die Liebe und die Freiheit. Erst nach ihrem Tod entdeckt er, welchen Preis sie dafür bezahlt hat. Er spürt ihrem Geheimnis nach, begegnet im Osten den Menschen, die für sie zählten, erlebt ihre Bedrückung und ihren Eigensinn. Seine Suche führt ihn zu einer völkischen Gemeinschaft auf dem Land - und zu einem jungen Mädchen, das in ihm den Großvater und in dem er die Enkelin sieht. Ihre Welten könnten nicht fremder sein. Er ringt um sie.

©2021 Diogenes Verlag AG Zürich (P)2021 Diogenes Verlag AG Zürich

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  • 06-06-22

Story good, reader less so!

The story is very thought provoking. How do we know what is true? Where do we take our information from? How deep do we go, how much work are we willing to do to really know? This story provokes those and many other questions and causes a good disquiet.
I found the reader hard to bear. He sounded
as if he was constantly plagued by indecision how to read. I had to somehow blend him out in order to not be constantly irritated and distracted from the content. He should listen a lot to Gert Westphal and learn from him!!

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