Publish date: 2008
Publisher: Kiepenheuer & Witsch
Pages no: 286
Edition language: Deutsch
Alina Bronsky did a superb job with writing in a teen's point of view. Sascha (the main character) is tough, tender, smart, acid, & painfully realistic. Her story is both heartbreaking & funny as it blows by you at a breakneck pace. (However, there is one point where the pacing changed somewhat & it...
I wish goodreads allowed half stars, this is really more a 3.5 star book.
Her fierceness. Her fragility. Alina Bronsky captures both qualities in her 17-year-old narrator and although you might not always like Sascha — you might not always like her choices, and you probably won’t like some of the things that happen (and have happened) to her — she is always believable.And...
Sascha Naimann is an orphan, though hardly to be confused with Annie or Oliver Twist. Sascha is hard as nails, or at least she puts up a great facade. I found this book to be borderline melancholy, but the story and the way Alina Bronsky tells it through Sascha hooked me from cover to cover. I enjoy...
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