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Sen tar vi Berlin by Moa-Lina Croall
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Sen tar vi Berlin

by Moa-Lina Croall

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a poorly told story about a _very_ immature 22-year-old girl, who mainly gets drunk, hates her life, sleeps with men even if she does not like it and feels there is no point to anything. This repeats through out the book, even if sleeping with men is dropped at one point. She flees her life in Sweden and travels to Berlin to get a fresh start. she falls in love with a brittish woman with a secret. and things go wrong. and she hates life, herself, gets drunk and feels there is no point in anything.

maybe teenagers could like this, but I am definitely too old to find any entertainment or even food for thought in this rambling. ( )
  solsken | Apr 9, 2008 |
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