Language Book Centre Logo
Go to my checkout basket
Login to Language Book Centre
Register with Language Book Centre
Gift Vouchers
Choose a Language

Browse by Category

Abbey's Bookshop website link


Personal Teachers and Librarian Team


Phone
02 9267 1397


Visit Abbey's Language Book Centre

Our store upstairs at Abbey's Bookshop in York Street, Sydney, has over 40,000 books and resources on display for you to browse...

[Show me more]


 

Handpicked German Fiction, July 2012

Posted July 10, 2012

 
Tschick

 

 German Bestsellers for July, 2012

 

1

Das Laecheln Der Frauen

Nicholas Barreau

2

Tschick

Wolfgang Herrndorf

3

Karte Und Gebiet

Michel Houellebecq

4

Koch

Martin Suter

5

Der Junge, Der Traume Schenkte

Luca Di Fulvio


 

Brand New July Releases

 

1

Die Wild Rose

Jennifer Donnelly

2

Die Seelen Sammler

Donato Carrisi

3

Der Knochen Brecher

Chris Carter

4

Der im Dunkeln Wacht

Helen Tursten

5

Gluehendes Land

Anne McCullagh Rennie

 

Our Favourites For This Month!

 

 

Zwei an Einem Tag David Nicholls

'I can imagine you at forty,' she said, a hint of malice in her voice. 'I can picture it right now.' He smiled without opening his eyes. 'Go on then.' 15th July 1988. Emma and Dexter meet for the first time on the night of their graduation. Tomorrow they must go their separate ways. So where will they be on this one day next year? And the year after that? And every year that follows? Twenty years, two people, one day.

 

"Forget about the movie, the book is the real deal! Simply a perfect novel about love – full of emotions but also very entertaining! Sigh…!"


 - Staff Review by Melanie

 

 

Mieses Karma David Safier

Mieses Karma follows the trials and tribulations of Kim Karlsen, a television personality whose career obsession brings her some serious cosmic repercussions. In her quest to dominate the airwaves, Kim cheats on her husband, neglects her daughter, and mistreats her staff. It all seems worth it when she wins the biggest German Television Award, but sadly on the very same night she is crushed to death by debris falling from a Russian space station. At the gates of Heaven, Kim is informed that she has collected too much bad karma in her life, and has a long road of atonement ahead.

 

"A quirky story about reincarnation. Although the story is not entirely beliveable, it is a humourous and campy read! Definitely light-hearded & very fun, probably not for the most serious of readers."

 

 - Staff Review by Sara


My Shopping Basket
Your cart does not contain any items.