"Gloomy and atmospherically dense. Buck bridges the gap to the beginnings of the crime genre. At the same time, she poses ethical questions and challenges the reader to develop an own point of view: What is science allowed to do?"
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Das Buch der Vergessenen Artisten
Germany, 1936. A trailer park on the outskirts of Berlin. It's a dark time for fairground artists and showmen. The government closes down stages and bans performances. But the past lives on in secret clubs. Just as in the book that Mathis writes. A book that holds secrets about forgotten artists and must never fall into the wrong hands.
The novel is translated into Dutch.
If you can't wait to start reading the German edition, I have good news.
The first 40 pages are here: