Reading pleasure from the life of a fourteen-year old girl In the Pascu-verlag Berlin appears in these days the youth novel here happening?”the Bremen author Dierk Rohdenburg. Clever and humorous, but also thoughtful and sensitive way, it tells the story of a fourteen-year old girl of who must cope with the extraordinary changes in the family and other major and minor problems. What’s going on? That question is the fourteen year old Anna. Until a few months ago, her life has been normal in a family with MOM and dad and her big brother Ben. But since her mother in a woman is in love, everything changed abruptly. First, the separation of the parents, then the parade, and then even Ben goes with the mother because of their beloved for open confrontation. Anna is saddled with many problems: what it means to be lesbian? Can you inherit? And then these sewer rats under the grill in the yard: what, when she invaded the House plan? But then there is a bright spot, as she the hobby photographer Lorenz meets a turbulent, exciting story from the life of a quite normal fourteen-year old girl. Excerpt: well, I so go through the basement and step on the Court, as I hear it Squeak suddenly. Wildly high. As in great panic. I look around frantically. What’s going on? Since I discover it: rats. Under the grate right on the farm. How many? I may not look carefully. But two are determined. Carefully, I look down again, see the long, bare tails and chaos under the iron bars. And if they come out now? Me queasy at the idea: two halbverhungerte rats up press the drain grate, flit over the stone slabs, sink your teeth into with their sharp teeth in my toes and start to nibble. Only the nails, then the skin.
Review and Outlook the Frankfurt book fair 2011 is over, but Bibliophiles can look forward already to next year. The news portal news.de sums up the days of the fair. In the fair, it attracts many bookworms to Frankfurt am Main. There, one of the largest and most important book fairs in the world takes place every autumn with approximately 300,000 visitors. Books new releases provide the biggest stir. This year’s guest country also aroused great interest. Iceland has a rich literary tradition. Read joyful Icelanders to buy an average eight books per year and the number of writers is also exceptionally high. Every year, there are about 1,500 new releases in the country of just 320,000 inhabitants. Next year New Zealand will be guest of honour at the Frankfurt book fair. Of course also works by German authors were presented at the book fair, these included, for example, lap prayers”by Charlotte Roche and the subtle difference” by Philipp Lahm. As well presented were Vladimir Kaminers from Germany with love”and the labyrinth of dreaming books” by Walter Moers. Eugen Ruge won the German Book Prize with his novel in times of diminishing light”. The crisis was at the fair by the way little. As in the previous year, about 7,500 exhibitors from around 110 countries arrived. Only the booths were sometimes more modest than in previous years. More information:… News.de GmbH Lisa Neumann