Aber Töchter sind wir für immer
464 Pages, Klappenbroschur
Three sisters, Johanna, Heike and Britta, haven’t seen each other for ages. They are too different and live too far apart. The awkwardness is also somehow too great. But they meet up again in their parents’ house on the Bahndamm, amidst the wide fields of the Lower Rhine. This is where it all began: The issue with their parents Christa and Hans, bound together by the turmoil of war. The lives of the sisters themselves that couldn’t be more different. And the issue with Hermine. So much happened in this house, and so much was hushed up. Up till now.