About this book
The paperback edition of the international bestseller, from Germany's most acclaimed young writer, translated by Susan Bernofsky. A book that peels back layer after layer of German history to reveal the beating heart and bloody mess underneath. Based on the true story of Erpenbeck's parents' house, which they were forced to relinquish after reunification. 'A stunning novel about the illusion of ownership' Tom Sutcliffe, "Saturday Review, BBC Radio 4"
The breakthrough novel from Germany's most acclaimed young writer. The story of a house outside Berlin, witness to the twentieth century's beauties and brutalities, to which many people come, all of them looking to find a home.
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