Status: Excellent / Overview: Allegiant is a science fiction novel. The story background discusses how a future, ruined Chicago becomes a society that defines its citizens by strict conformity to their social and personality-related affiliations with five different factions. This removes the threat of anyone exercising independent will and re-threatening the population's safety through war or another human-created catastrophe. The factions are Abnegation to uphold selflessness, Amity to uphold peacefulness, Candor to uphold honesty, Dauntless to uphold bravery, and Erudite, to uphold knowledge. Tris tests out for equal aptitude with three different factions: Abnegation, Erudite, and Dauntless. This classifies her as "Divergent" and capable of independent thought beyond the restrictive nature of the factions. She is warned never to share this information with anyone for fear of her life. Divergent are a threat to the stable society, hunted and killed by the ruthless leader of Erudite, Jeanine, in order to eliminate the "threat" of independent thinking. Those who fail the initiation of their particular faction are deemed factionless, who are treated as a lower class and a drain on society.
The Complete Book of Dreams
Status: Fair, The book is partially splitted / Overview: We all dream - although we don't always remember our dreams - and most of us have an insatiable curiosity as to the meaning of dreams. This classic collection of dream interpretations is based on the work of Raphael and other celebrated writers on the subject. Every imaginable dream is included here, from aches in the abdomen to encounters with zebras - with some very unexpected and unusual dreams on the way. Interpretations are given for the situation and circumstances in which the dreams occur. Flying dreams, for instance, can be interpreted in many different ways, depending on how and where the dreamer is flying - and whether or not they are flying with difficulty?
Poor Little Rich Girl
Status: Excellent / Overview: Hester Lowe agrees to act as governess to spoilt self-willed, little Lonnie Hetherington-Smith when they leave India to live with Lonnie’s elderly aunt in Shaw Street, Liverpool. Hester speedily realises that her new employer dislikes her niece and means to make life uncomfortable for both of them. When the regime in Shaw Street changes, Hester is forced to leave the comforts of a middle-class household to make her own way in what is, to her, a strange country…
Status: Fair, The book is quite old / Overview: Celia's House, filled with effervescent warmth and cheer, is the story of Dunnian -a spellbindingly lovely family estate in Scottish Border country- and of the generations of Dunne family that live in it and love it dearly. Beginning in 1905 with ninety-year-old Celia Dunne, it delightfully portrays the bustling life of her heir and grand-nephew, Humphrey Dunne, and his family of five rambunctious children. It follows the family over forty years -- through their youthful antics, merry parties, heartbreaks and loves and marriages, as each in turn comes to maturity and an understanding of the enduring satisfaction Dunnian gives to their lives.
The Memoirs of Cleopatra
Status: Excellent / Overview: Bestselling novelist Margaret George brings to life the glittering kingdom of Cleopatra, Queen of the Nile, in this lush, sweeping, and richly detailed saga. Told in Cleopatra's own voice, this is a mesmerizing tale of ambition, passion, and betrayal, which begins when the twenty-year-old queen seeks out the most powerful man in the world, Julius Caesar, and does not end until, having survived the assassination of Caesar and the defeat of the second man she loves, Marc Antony, she plots her own death rather than be paraded in triumph through the streets of Rome. Most of all, in its richness and authenticity, it is an irresistible story that reveals why Margaret George's work has been widely acclaimed as "the best kind of historical novel, one the reader can't wait to get lost in."
Status: Fair, There is water residual on some pages / Overview: Thirty-six-year-old Sophie Stanton desperately wants to be a good widow-a graceful, composed, Jackie Kennedy kind of widow. Alas, she is more of the Jack Daniels kind. Self-medicating with ice cream for breakfast, breaking down at the supermarket, and showing up to work in her bathrobe and bunny slippers-soon she's not only lost her husband, but her job, house...and waistline. With humor and chutzpah Sophie leaves town, determined to reinvent her life. But starting over has its hurdles; soon she's involved with a thirteen-year-old who has a fascination with fire, and a handsome actor who inspires a range of feelings she can't cope with-yet.
north & south
Status: Fair, the book is old / Overview: Part history, part novel, this book chronicles two great American dynasties over three generations. Though brought together in a friendship that neither jealousy nor violence could shatter, the Hazards and the Mains are torn apart by the storm of events that has divided the nation.
Status: fair, there is a tear in the last page & the book is old. / Overview: The Ysabel kid was such a man. He knew Sidewinder well, & it was his knife which had crippled the chief in a boyhood fight.
Arms And The Man
Status: Excellent / Overview: Arms and the Man is a comedy written by George Bernard Shaw, and was first produced in 1894 and published in 1898, and has become one of the most popular plays of George Bernard Shaw. Like his other works, Arms and the Man questions conventional values and uses war and love as his satirical targets.
Status: Excellent / Overview: The White City, 1893: In turn-of-the-century Chicago, with the World's Fair bringing bustle and excitement to her home city, sixteen-year-old Emily Wheiler should be reveling in her youthful beauty and the excitement around her. But her whole life changed when her mother died, leaving her to be the Lady of Wheiler House. Her father, a powerful bank president, is at the center of an important social hub for the booming young city, and he needs Emily to do everything her mother would have – to be a good hostess and make sure the mansion runs smoothly. As Emily uneasily tries to replace her mother, she also longs for more… for love and a life of her own. When a handsome young man notices her at one of her father's parties, it seems that her hopes may finally be coming true. Until her father forbids her to see him – or any other man – and starts revealing a darkly violent side that even he can't understand. At last, afraid for her life and with nowhere to turn, Emily is Marked by a vampyre and brought to the Chicago House of Night, where she begins a magickal new life that should allow the wounds from her past to heal. But as she gains strength, and a powerful new name, she carries a dark need to wreak vengeance on the man she trusted most. From victim to High Priestess, beautiful young woman to powerful seductress, Neferet's journey begins in NEFERET'S CURSE...
The Vicar of Wakefield
Status: Excellent / Overview: Oliver Goldsmith's hugely successful novel of 1766 remained for generations one of the most highly regarded and beloved works of eighteenth-century fiction. It depicts the fall and rise of the Primrose family, presided over by the benevolent vicar, the narrator of a fairy-tale plot of impersonation and deception, the abduction of a beautiful heroine and the machinations of an aristocratic villain. By turns comic and sentimental, the novel's popularity owes much to its recognizable depiction of domestic life and loving family relationships.
Status: Fair, There are hand-writings with pen and marks with highlighters in some pages / Overview: 'I never have been in love; it is not my way, or my nature; and I do not think I ever shall.' Beautiful, clever, rich - and single - Emma Woodhouse is perfectly content with her life and sees no need for either love or marriage. Nothing, however, delights her more than interfering in the romantic lives of others. But when she ignores the warnings of her good friend Mr. Knightley and attempts to arrange a suitable match for her protegee Harriet Smith, her carefully laid plans soon unravel and have consequences that she never expected. With its imperfect but charming heroine and its witty and subtle exploration of relationships, Emma is often seen as Jane Austen's most flawless work.
Sense and Sensibility
Status: Excellent / Overview: The more I know of the world, the more am I convinced that I shall never see a man whom I can really love. I require so much!' Marianne Dashwood wears her heart on her sleeve, and when she falls in love with the dashing but unsuitable John Willoughby she ignores her sister Elinor's warning that her impulsive behaviour leaves her open to gossip and innuendo. Meanwhile Elinor, always sensitive to social convention, is struggling to conceal her own romantic disappointment, even from those closest to her. Through their parallel experience of love—and its threatened loss—the sisters learn that sense must mix with sensibility if they are to find personal happiness in a society where status and money govern the rules of love.
The Mill of The Floss
Status: Fair, There are hand-writings with pen and marks with highlighters in some pages / Overview: If life had no love in it, what else was there for Maggie?' Brought up at Dorlcote Mill, Maggie Tulliver worships her brother Tom and is desperate to win the approval of her parents, but her passionate, wayward nature and her fierce intelligence bring her into constant conflict with her family. As she reaches adulthood, the clash between their expectations and her desires is painfully played out as she finds herself torn between her relationships with three very different men: her proud and stubborn brother, a close friend who is also the son of her family's worst enemy, and a charismatic but dangerous suitor. With its poignant portrayal of sibling relationships, The Mill on the Floss is considered George Eliot's most autobiographical novel; it is also one of her most powerful and moving.
Status: Fair, There are hand-writings with pen and marks with highlighters in some pages / Overview: Joseph Andrews refuses Lady Booby's advances, she discharges him, and Joseph and his old tutor, Parson Adams (one of the great comic figures of literature), sets off to visit his sweetheart, Fanny. Along the way, they meet with a series of adventures in which, through their own innocence and honesty, they expose the hypocrisy and affectation of others.
Status: Excellent / Overview: I'd known it before we saw the fire trucks and the smoke. I'd known all hell had broken loose at the House of Night the moment it had been proven beyond all doubt that Neferet was on the side of Darkness. Only now I had a terrible feeling that outing Neferet would serve more to free her than to force her to pay the consequences for her lies and betrayals. At last, Zoey has what she wanted: the truth is out. Neferet's evil has been exposed, and the High Council is no longer on her side - but she's far from done wreaking havoc in the vampyre world. With the seeds of distrust sown and Darkness breeding chaos at the House of Night, everyone must band together - but that's proving to be more difficult than ever before. The twins are barely speaking and the House of Night's former enemy, Kalona, has now become their warrior, pushing their trust to the limits. To top it all off, Zoey is pretty darn sure she might be losing her mind - she saw something when she looked at Neferet's minion, Aurox, through the Seer Stone that she can hardly explain to herself, let alone her friends. Zoey knows that following her instincts might be just what they need to defeat evil... but if she's wrong, it could cause the destruction of those closest to her. With the tension at a breaking point and friendships on the line, can the nerd herd come together to stop the spread of Darkness before it's too late?
Status: Excellent / Overview: 'There he lay looking as if youth had been half-renewed, for the white hair and moustache were changed to dark iron-grey, the cheeks were fuller, and the white skin seemed ruby-red underneath; the mouth was redder than ever, for on the lips were gouts of fresh blood, which trickled from the corners of the mouth and ran over the chin and neck. Even the deep, burning eyes seemed set amongst the swollen flesh, for the lids and pouches underneath were bloated. It seemed as if the whole awful creature were simply gorged with blood; he lay like a filthy leech, exhausted with his repletion.' Thus Bram Stoker, one of the greatest exponents of the supernatural narratives, describes the demonic subject of his chiling masterpiece Dracula - a truly iconic and unsettling tale of vampirism.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Status: Excellent / Overview: This book included 12 adventures: "A Scandal in Bohemia", "The Red-Headed League", "A Case of Identity", "The Boscombe Valley Mystery", "The Five Orange Pips", "The Man with the Twisted Lip", "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle", "The Adventure of the Speckled Band", "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb", "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor", "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet", "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches".
Status: Excellent / Overview: 'I never have been in love; it is not my way, or my nature; and I do not think I ever shall.' Beautiful, clever, rich - and single - Emma Woodhouse is perfectly content with her life and sees no need for either love or marriage. Nothing, however, delights her more than interfering in the romantic lives of others. But when she ignores the warnings of her good friend Mr. Knightley and attempts to arrange a suitable match for her protegee Harriet Smith, her carefully laid plans soon unravel and have consequences that she never expected. With its imperfect but charming heroine and its witty and subtle exploration of relationships, Emma is often seen as Jane Austen's most flawless work.
Status: Fair, there is a simple tear in the front cover / Overview: One of the greatest plays of all time, the compelling tragedy of the tormented young prince of Denmark continues to capture the imaginations of modern audiences worldwide. Confronted with evidence that his uncle murdered his father, and with his mother’s infidelity, Hamlet must find a means of reconciling his longing for oblivion with his duty as avenger. The ghost, Hamlet’s feigned madness, Ophelia’s death and burial, the play within a play, the “closet scene” in which Hamlet accuses his mother of complicity in murder, and breathtaking swordplay are just some of the elements that make Hamlet an enduring masterpiece of the theater
Status: Excellent / Overview: In Love and War... Cain McClellan had chosen his lifestyle. He thrived on a challenge, the rush came with putting his life in incrediable danger. No woman, he told himself, could make him feel the way he did after a successful mission- no matter how beautiful she was. So why was he standing on a cold pier like a lovelorn teenager, hoping for a glimpse od Linette Collins? But then he saw her, and the sight of her took his breath away. The wind whipped her lustrous dark hair about her face and she lifted a finger to wrap a think strand behind her ear. The smart thing to do was turn around and walk away as fast as his feet would carry him. He'd gotten what he wanted. One last look at her. His curiosity should be satisfied. But even as his mind formulated the thought, Cain knew that just seeing Linette again could never be enough.
Status: Fair, The book is old / Overview: The story of the orphan Oliver, who runs away from the workhouse only to be taken in by a den of thieves, shocked readers when it was first published. Dickens's tale of childhood innocence beset by evil depicts the dark criminal underworld of a London peopled by vivid and memorable characters — the arch-villain Fagin, the artful Dodger, the menacing Bill Sikes and the prostitute Nancy. Combining elements of Gothic Romance, the Newgate Novel and popular melodrama, in Oliver Twist Dickens created an entirely new kind of fiction, scathing in its indictment of a cruel society, and pervaded by an unforgettable sense of threat and mystery.
the kazamazov brothers - Vol 1 & 2
Status: Excellent , 2 books :vol 1 & 2 / Overview: The award-winning translation of Dostoevsky's last and greatest novel. The Brothers Karamazov is a passionate philosophical novel set in 19th century Russia, that enters deeply into the ethical debates of God, free will, and morality. It is a spiritual drama of moral struggles concerning faith, doubt, and reason, set against a modernizing Russia.
The Pleasures of Men
Status: Excellent / Overview: Kate Williams' first novel, The Pleasures of Men, is a gothic thriller with a splash of brutal murder. Spitalfields, 1840. A murderer nicknamed The Man of Crows. A heroine with a mysterious past and a vivid imagination. Catherine Sorgeiul lives with her Uncle in a rambling house in London's East End. When a murderer strikes, ripping open the chests of young girls and stuffing hair into their mouths to resemble a crow's beak, Catherine is fascinated, and devours news of his exploits. As the murders cause panic throughout the city, she comes to believe she can channel the voices of his victims and that they will lead her to The Man himself. But she's already far closer than she realises - and lurking behind the lies she's been told about her past are secrets more deadly and devastating than anything her imagination can conjure. Dark and compelling, The Pleasures of Men marks Kate Williams as a stunning new voice in historical fiction.
Le Malade imaginaire
Status: Excellent / Overview: Le Malade imaginaire est la dernière comédie et en même temps la dernière pièce écrite par Molière. Il s'agit d'une comédie-ballet en trois actes. Dans la satire outrageante de Molière sur la médecine et ses praticiens on peut dire que le riche Argan “jouit” d'une mauvaise santé. Les laxatifs, suppositoires, saignées, et les opinions deuxième et troisième des charlatans éminents sont à l'ordre du jour et l’enfer de Toinette, sa servante qui ose lui contredire. Sa fille Angélique est amoureuse de Cléante, mais Argan veut la marier à Thomas Diafoirus, un médecin qui ne vaut rien, qui peut assurer à son beau-père des soins de santé pour la durée de sa vie. Cléante se déguise en professeur de musique pour pouvoir voir son amour, mais Béline, la deuxième épouse d’Argan, menace de les dénoncer. Une Toinette déguisée, des sages conseils de son frère Béralde, et une scène de mort truquée, vont enfin montrer à Argan qui il peut faire confiance.
The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher
Status: Fair, There is water residual on the edges of some pages / Overview: HILARY MANTEL is one of Britain's most accomplished and acclaimed writers. In these ten bracingly transgressive tales, all her gifts of characterisation and observation are fully engaged, ushering concealed horrors into the light. Childhood cruelty is played out behind the bushes in 'Comma'; nurses clash in 'Harley Street' over something more than professional differences; and in the title story, staying in for the plumber turns into an ambiguous and potentially deadly waiting game. Whether set in a claustrophobic Saudi Arabian flat or on a precarious mountain road on a Greek island, these stories share an insight into the darkest recesses of the spirit. Displaying all of Mantel's unmistakable style and wit, they reveal a great writer at the peak of her powers.
Status: Excellent / Overview: Many thought the Delaney family was blessed, but others knew it was cursed. Celia was a wonderful artist who refused to acknowledge her gift. Maria was a successful actress who couldn't share her most important role with the people who should have mattered most. Niall was a brilliant composer who mocked his talent. Together and apart, they moved through life wrapped in the haze of their fantasies and the past, until an unexpected revelation forces them to confront truths not all of them may be able to live with.
Flaubert in Egypt: A Sensibility on Tour
Status: Excellent / Overview: At once a classic of travel literature and a penetrating portrait of a “sensibility on tour”, Flaubert in Egypt wonderfully captures the young writer’s impressions during his 1849 voyages. Using diaries, letters, travel notes, and the evidence of Flaubert’s traveling companion, Maxime Du Camp, Francis Steegmuller reconstructs his journey through the bazaars and brothels of Cairo and down the Nile to the Red Sea.
Status: Excellent / Overview: England in the 1520's is a heartbeat from disaster. If the king dies without a male heir, the country could be destroyed by civil war. Henry VIII wants to annul his marriage of twenty years and marry Anne Boleyn. The pope and most of Europe opposes him. Into this impasse steps Thomas Cromwell: a wholly original man, a charmer and a bully, both idealist and opportunist, astute in reading people, and implacable in his ambition. But Henry is volatile: one day tender, one day murderous. Cromwell helps him break the opposition, but what will be the price of his triumph?
Status: Excellent / Overview: Alianne is the teenage daughter of the famed Alanna, the Lioness of Tortall. Aly is bold and brave like her mother, but she has no wish to become a knight. Instead she longs to follow in her father's footsteps as a spy, an ambition her parents vehemently oppose. After a furious argument Aly runs away, with disastrous consequences. Captured and sold as a slave in the Copper Isles, she discovers that this whole nightmare has not come about by chance - the Trickster God, Kyprioth, has plans for her..
Status: Excellent / Overview: Evan Delaney is shocked to learn that her ex-sister-in-law, Tabitha, has joined the Remnant, a religion with a dangerous and fanatical following. What is more alarming is that the unstable young mother plans to regain custody of her son and disappear with him into the fold of the church. She has the Remnant on her side, and they?ll do anything it takes ? including murder ? to get what they want. But it's another member of the Remnant who's killed, and when Evan's brother becomes a suspect, Evan is dragged even deeper into the nightmare.
Seven Deadly Wonders
Status: Fair, The back cover is missing / Overview: AN ANCIENT SECRET.... A TEAM OF HEROES... THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME... A legend of the ancient world decrees that every 4,500 years, a terrible solar event will wreak worldwide destruction... But whoever sets the Golden Capstone atop the Great Pyramid at Giza will avert disaster and gain the ultimate prize: a millennium of world dominance. Now the Sun is turning once again and nation will battle nation to retrieve the missing Capston... But a group of small nations, led by super-soldier Jack West Jr., bands together to prevent any one country from attaining this frightening power. Thus the greatest treasure hunt of all time begins -- an adrenaline fueled race on a global battlefield. From the Colossus of Rhodes to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon to the Great Egyptian Pyramid itself, unlock the thrills of Seven Deadly Wonders.
Inés meines Herzens
Status: Excellent / Overview: Ein großer Roman über eine faszinierende Frau, die sich in der Zeit der Eroberung Südamerikas ihren Platz in der Welt erkämpft. Eine Frau – temperamentvoll, mutig, leidenschaftlich —, wie Isabel Allende sie farbiger und kraftvoller nicht hätte erfinden können. Und doch ist sie eine historische Figur mit einer ebenso wahren wie abenteuerlichen Geschichte. Ungeduld des Herzens treibt Inés Suárez aus ihrer spanischen Heimat auf die gefährliche Reise in die kürzlich entdeckte Neue Welt. In ihrem Drang nach einem vollen, uneingeschränkten Leben gelangt sie nach Peru und begegnet dort Pedro de Valdivia, einem charismatischen Feldherrn aus dem Heer des Francisco Pizarro. In ihm findet sie die beglückende und schmerzhafte Liebe ihres Lebens. Gemeinsam brechen sie zur Eroberung Chiles auf, der einzigen Gegend des südamerikanischen Kontinents, die noch nicht von Spaniern unterworfen und besiedelt wurde. Gemeinsam werden die Liebenden die Stadt Santiago gründen und in erbitterten Kämpfen verteidigen. Doch Pedros kriegerischer Ehrgeiz, durch nichts aufzuhalten, und der feste Wunsch von Inés, Bleibendes zu schaffen, führen das Liebespaar schließlich auf getrennte Wege. Inés wird Pedro überleben und ein neues Kapitel ihres Lebens aufschlagen. Dieser mitreißende Roman, wirklichkeitsnah und voller Erfahrung, wird alle begeistern, die Isabel Allendes Bücher Das Geisterhaus und Paula lieben. Nie zuvor hat die Autorin in einem Roman so ernst und eindringlich von Liebe, Verlust, Treue erzählt wie hier, und davon, was es heißt, in widrigen Zeiten zu sich selbst zu stehen. Note: The book is written in Deutsch.
Die Hexe von Freiburg
Status: Excellent / Overview: Freiburg im 16. Jahrhundert: Der Hexenwahn fegt über Deutschland. Als in dem Universitätsstädtchen am Rande des Schwarzwalds zum ersten Mal die Flammen über einer Hexe zusammenschlagen, wird Catharina geboren. Ein schlechtes Omen? Das wissbegierige Mädchen wächst zu einer selbstbewussten jungen Frau heran, die ihr Leben lang gegen die Abhängigkeit von den Männern ankämpft. Am Ende droht sie deswegen alles zu verlieren – nur eines bleibt ihr: eine unendliche Liebe, vor der selbst der Tod seinen Schrecken verliert. Note: The book is written in Deutsch.
Das Buch von Eden
Status: Excellent / Overview: Winter 1257. Zwei Reisende kämpfen sich durch Eis und Schnee bis zu einem einsamen Kloster in der Eifel. Der Novize Aelvin erkennt in einem der Fremden den berühmten Albertus Magnus, begleitet von dem todkranken Mädchen Favola. Sie trägt ein begehrtes Gut bei sich: die sagenumwobene Lumina, die letzte Pflanze aus dem Garten Eden. Während Favola das geheimnisvolle Gewächs zurück an seinen rätselhaften Ursprungsort bringen will, hat ein machtgieriger Erzbischof andere Pläne. Seine Krieger sind den Fliehenden dicht auf den Fersen. Aelvin schließt sich den beiden an - und ahnt nicht, dass damit eine Odyssee bis ans Ende der bekannten Welt beginnt. Note: The book is written in Deutsch.
Engel sind schwarz und weiß
Status: Excellent / Overview: »Wie konnte das alles geschehen?« - diese Frage wird in Ulla Berkéwicz' erstem Roman »Engel sind schwarz und weiß« gestellt, und der junge Reinhold Fischer beantwortet sie darin mit seinem Leben, seinem Erleben von 1928 bis 1945. Ulla Berkéwicz’ hat den Mut, in die mythischen Hinter- und Untergründe des Nationalsozialismus erzählerisch einzudringen, sie zwingt uns mit, läßt uns hören, »welcher Zauber im innersten Kelch der braunen Blume« gesungen wurde, und läßt uns den Täter in uns selber aufspüren. Reinhold Fischer, geboren in einer kleinen hessischen Stadt, erzogen mit dem Leitsatz »Ein deutscher Junge weint nicht«, wächst in den Jahren vor 1933 in kleinbürgerlichen Verhältnissen auf, zusammen mit dem Vater Heinrich, der den Weg aus der Enge bei der SA sucht, und der Mutter Magda, der gläubigen Christin, die das Böse heraufkommen ahnt. Später, bewegt und durchdrungen von den Idealen des Deutschen Jungvolks, von der deutschen Idee, wird er von seinem Freund Hanno zum Lesen der großen deutschen Dichter, zum Tagebuchschreiben, zum Schreiben geführt. Seine Naivität und die ganze deutsche Rettungslosigkeit finden in Reinholds Tagebuch ihren Ausdruck. 1941 wird Reinhold eingezogen und als Kriegsoffiziersanwärter einem Sonderkommando in Rußland in der Nähe von Odessa zugeteilt. Nach einer von Wehrmachtssoldaten veranstalteten Grabenerschießung läuft er davon, versteckt sich in den russischen Wäldern, trifft dort auf Juden, Überlebende von Grabenerschießungen. Als der deutsche Rückzug das Dorf erreicht und die Rote Armee nachrückt, schließt Reinhold sich dem Heerwurm der Geschlagenen an, der sich zu Hunderttausenden in Richtung Deutschland schleppt. Note: The Book is written in Deutsch