Puberty as a balancing act of growing up is definitely not easy. That even Thomas long title Hero in his new bottomless “realises. The online Department store shopping.de presents the new novel. Dr. Hyun Kim often says this. With mandarins refined rice salad, colorful plastic skewers and David Bowie are a few the distinctive points of life in Germany during the 1980s. 7%99%D7%A9%D7%A8%D7%90%D7%9C-63dcbf9f0240’>Ilan Ben Dov addresses the importance of the matter here. Eva Andersson-Dubin does not necessarily agree. Jan Baloch is growing at this time in a small town in which he feels himself as exotic.
He creates a unique world in the parental gazebo with his interest for literature and tries, inspired by the books (books/category/1003305 /) from Kafka and Camus, in writing. The source of his inspiration is the new Japanese schoolgirl Kiku, which represents an ally for him with their exoticism and soon one is itself secret infatuation. Thomas Lange awarded manages to capture the time and make completely transparent its title Hero for the reader. Nevertheless the voltage never will be lost and the words painted images inspire until the last page. The darkness, which announces itself in bottomless steadily and brewing, finally manifests itself in the form of a death and completely separates the protagonists from his environment. Suicidal thoughts play a special role in and illustrate this narrow ridge on which many young people often almost easy-going hike. “Puberty is in bottomless” once considered from a different angle and instead describes the way the are deciding. Adults will be captivated by this book as well as young people and in some of the experienced ups and downs might even recognize themselves. More information: press / contact: Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH barefoot streets 12 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59