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Serious Men by Manu Joseph Review

Ayyan Mani, wife Oja and the ten year old son Adi live in a Studio apartment in the residential block prior Bombay as eighty thousand other people like them. Eighty years ago to this housing for the homeless had built, but where were they too shabby. They were then used as a prison, and now…

Isla Swan girl Lucy Christopher Review

As a young boy Graham was fascinated by the whooper swans that winter after their long journey from Iceland to Australia here on the lake behind grandpa’s house. This love he passes on to his daughter Isla. Papa Graham has a sixth sense: He senses when the swarm in V formation comes flying and driving…

Two zebras in New York by Marc Michel Amadry Review

From the Gaza Strip rarely reach us good news, but often sad. About 1.7 million people crowding on the narrow neck of land, smaller than Bremen, between Israel to the east, Egypt to the south and the Mediterranean coast in the west. Politically it belongs to the Palestinian Territories. Again and again it is have…

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What you can see from here by Mariana Leky Review

Who, warm for a modern, worldly-wise, looking profound tales, canceled at Mariana Lekys novel “What you can see from here” properly. The phenomenal narrator puts us in an unusual small village in the Westerwald the early eighties where loud quirky, lovable people live. What they do and what drives them, monitored and reported Luise whose…

Italy in 1900. A portrait in color by Marc Walter, Sabine Arqué, Giovanni Fanelli Review

In this great book brings together two deep aspirations. One is to represent reality as closely as possible. The other is that of northern Europeans to Italy. The progressive mobility since the creation of the European rail network and the spectacular Alpine crossings has more and more people allowed to satisfy their longing Italy by…

Life sticking Marina Lewycka Review

In the early morning, Georgie Sinclair and her husband Rip compete for the installation of a toothbrush holder. But Rip changed the world with more important things. So a popliger job does not belong in the working field. He finally leaves the family. Now Georgie with her pubescent Ben alone. As Georgie after heavy Heulattacken…

Sisters of Marcello Fois Review

Ernesto Cappello died. He is survived by two daughters, the twins Alessandra and Marinella. To be precise, he has already “left,” as he forty years ago and made off without giving a reason. There were the two girls eight, one of them seriously ill, and since then he had no more contact looked to them…

My first lie of Marina Mander Review

When Luca, with its nearly ten years about himself, his life and meditate around him, he realizes that the adult world is hardly compatible with his – these people are light years away from him. What he perceives as he feels they can “do not know because you’re great.” With his mom is no different,…

Life is not waiting by Marco Balzano Review

Ninetto Giacalone born in 1950 as a premature baby in the Sicilian town of San Cono. Until he spent nine years old, his childhood runs happily – in the context of modest social conditions. Arms starvelings are all here in the deep south, where an anchovy is the only taste enrich their daily bread same….

The lies of the other by Mark Billingham Review

The expiry date of vacation acquaintances follows the return flight mostly on foot. The jam-packed daily urges the stranger quickly into the distance from which they were near moved briefly for a couple spent together happy hours in the holiday paradise. Angie Finnegan think it would be a pity if the nice relationships from their…

In the shadow of Pineta: A Tuscany thriller by Marco Malvaldi Review

This is the German edition of Marco Malvaldis first novel “Mit a purchase through this link to support my offer-danke!” This light, amusing holiday reading can we read the mood take you into the Tuscany or accompany them. the detective story is harmless, summery. his seasoning wins the novel from the hefty word skirmishes between…

In the case of Marko Leino Review

Evil lurks everywhere and always. Is there ever anyone who is not criminal, has the no skeletons in the closet? In Marko Leino Finnish thriller “The Trap”, translated by Anu Pyykönen-Stohner, there are a lot of villains each variety: There is the little jailer who the big fish Sundström – currently detained – is always…

La briscola in cinque Marco Malvaldi Review

The young man’s has severely after he varies on this early August morning in the nightclub. Although he has it only just managed to put his car in gear and to take the way home, but when it’s over full bladder drives into a parking lot and walk to the dumpster there, he look out…

The heart comes last by Margaret Atwood Review

it has done it again. This time, the Canadian Queen wisely conceived future scenarios has been thinking about possible ways out of the crash of the financial world and the economy, driven so many people into ruin and destroy jobs, homelessness and crime has driven up. How about, so when the gepurzelten down from the…

The sea in the morning by Margaret Mazzantini Review

2011 – the harsh storms of the “Arab Spring” in Libya swirl everything up. Jamila is barely 20 and already a widow. Fanatical government soldiers shot and killed her husband Omar basic and pointless. Now she drives with her young son Farid, about 5, on an overloaded ghost ship across the Mediterranean and hopes in…

The smell of earth and lemons from Margherita Oggero Review

Lucia actually called Imma, she is 13 and she can be seen by anyone. Since then, down there near Naples Enzino, the youngest son was the great Mafia Don Raffaele Padrone, murdered, imprisoned Imma’s somewhere in northern Italy in the apartment of a related several corners aunt. Aunt Rosaria (40) works during the day with…

L'ora di pietra by Margherita Oggero Review

Margherita Oggero told in this novel, the story of a thirteen-year-olds from the Camorra belt around Naples, it verschlägt to northern Italy where they live locked up in the apartment of an aunt needs. What went through her that she fell into this trap? How can you live like this? How does she deal with…

The painter and the girl by Margriet de Moor Review

Amsterdam in the 17th century: In the town square in front of the impressive town hall, the scaffold is already set. A 18-year-old girl is to be executed. She has killed her landlady with an ax after an argument about the still unpaid rent. Throughout Amsterdam makes with the kids on the way to watch…

Otranto - time all of Maria Corti Review

This novel is only in the original Italian ( “L’ora di tutti”) or English translation ( “Otranto” Maria Corti: “Otranto” at Otranto | © www.buecherrezensionen.org” Otranto: Porta Alfonsina | © www.buecherrezensionen.org” Otranto is a fishing village almost at the southernmost point of Puglia -. so at the> paragraph tip boot

The cat, my neighbors and I by Maria Ernestam Review

lived in the apartment building in the city, where Sara and Bjorn, there was constant trouble. Now the consequences they have drawn and moved to the country. The two are completely different: Bjorn is a city person, while Sara loves nature and can now let off steam in the overgrown garden of the newly renovated…

Darina, the sweetness of Mary Matios Review

The Bukovina hmm … what is it exactly? For an answer, many will have to investigate short of us to find out then that this is a traditional, culturally significant region, whose northern half is in Ukraine, while the southern part of Romania. In the West, the huge long Hochgebirgszug the Carpathian passes by. In…

The reversal of the love of Maria Paola Colombo Review

Walker Texas Ranger is in love. The pretty girl he recently met at the beach. First they played a bit in the sand, they even gave him a kiss on the cheek. Since he has decided to marry her. That is why he is now in its complete uniform ready to drive back to the…

Magnifica by Maria Rosaria Valentini Review

This author is a discovery for those who are susceptible to the magic of words. The external action of the novel quiet and unspectacular develops (without shocks); it is the inner act that affects us. What we but always beguiled again, the delicate power of literary language. Gently flowing a soft flow of words, sparkling…

Andrea Camilleri's Sicilian cuisine: the culinary passions of the Inspector Montalbano Martina Meuth and Bernd Neuner-Duttenhofer Review

How gratifying that the Inspector Montalbano was able to gather a huge following in the German language that it Lübbe Bastei publishing house was worth in 2008 to establish an appropriate cookbook just for them! And now it has even been reissued in May 2012 – elaborate and magnificent. Camilleri seems also to please, he…

Il superstite Massimiliano Governi Review

Because he continues to live a few feet, he escapes death and finds his parents, his brother and his sister shot in cold blood in their house. The killers are caught quickly: two Serbs, uncle and nephew. The latter commits suicide The former is convicted in his homeland to life in prison. All that we…

Refugee by Massimo Carlotto Review

Massimo Carlotto writes at the beginning of his autobiography “The Fugitive” ( “ Il fuggiasco

Where the lemon trees bloom from Massimo / Marco Carlotto / Videtta Review

Italienfan I was really on the thriller by Massimo Carlotto and Marco Videtta happy (original title: “ Nordest

Miss Bohemia by Mathias Nolte Review

As you think of anything bad, suggests the newspaper, reads a headline that looks at the model printed photo – and suddenly gets a suppressed past again like a bad movie. This is what happens Lukas Moskowicz (32) in April 2010: ” Philippe Bach, German poet and novelist, this at 59 ” jumps into his…

Nothing short of a miracle by Markus Zusak Review

Long brings Markus Zusak out to his Australian family history firmly rooted in Greek mythology. The real protagonists, Clayton Dunbar and his four brothers are marked by her grandfather, the Warsaw tram drivers Waldeck Lesciuszko which the gods and heroes worshiped the epics of Homer. Cultural education is it a strong pillar in times of…

The girl who saved Christmas by Matt Haig Review

The fact that Santa Claus every year blessed the children of men with wonderful gifts to us is as natural as the testimony presents the school year. Who would have thought that there was a dark time without this practice full of wonder and magic again that Santa Claus is in truth Nikolas and he…

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