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Rahlens, Holly-Jane

Wallflower A Novel (Kartoniert / Broschiert / Paperback)

Berlinica Publishing, September 2010


150 S. - Altersempfehlung / Lesealter: ab 12 Jahre - Sprache: Englisch - 216x141x12 mm

ISBN: 1935902709 EAN: 9781935902706

Wallflower is four hours in the life of Molly Lenzfeld, sixteen-year-old New Yorker in Berlin. It's Thanksgiving Day 1989, two weeks after the fall of the Wall. Molly, the daughter of a German-Jewish mother who fled the Nazis in 1938, is off to her mother's birth house in East Berlin. On the subway trip from West to East wallflower Molly meets East German wildflower Mick Maier, nineteen. It's love at first sight, and for both, a journey into an unknown land, into the labyrinth of Berlin's underground world, a terrain in which they discover each other, the absurdities of the divided city, and, of course, the wonder of love.

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Über den Autor

Holly-Jane Rahlens, a born New Yorker, grew up in Brooklyn and Queens and graduated from Queens College. Soon after graduation she moved to Berlin, where she has lived virtually all her adult life. While remaining an American citizen, she has flourished in the German media world, working in radio, television, and film, and creating a series of highly praised one-woman shows. She is the author of six novels: two for adults, two for young adults, and two for all ages. In 2003 her first novel for teens, Prince William, Maximilian Minsky and Me, earned the prestigious Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis as the best young adult novel published in Germany. In 2006 the Association of Jewish Libraries named it a Sydney Taylor Honor Book. It has since been published in fifteen countries, in seven languages, and was adapted in 2007 into the motion picture Max Minsky and Me, which has since earned prizes around the world. Rahlens is presently working on a futuristic novel for adults and the movie adaptation of her second novel for teens, How to Really Kiss. Rahlens lives in Berlin with her husband and her adolescent son.

ISBN 1-935902-70-9, ISBN 1-93-590270-9, ISBN 1-93590-270-9, ISBN 1-935-90270-9, ISBN 1-9359-0270-9

ISBN 978-1-935902-70-6, ISBN 978-1-93-590270-6, ISBN 978-1-93590-270-6, ISBN 978-1-935-90270-6, ISBN 978-1-9359-0270-6

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