I think this is the one where he describes the inexorable movement of the Germans to Nazism and the tragedy that befalls decent citizens.
Fallada continues to impress. I was surprised to see this on the Express shelves, and had to jump right into it, having loved Every Man Dies Alone and The Drinker. This is also excellent reportage; tragic, real, funny, painful, ecstatic, and desperate. So much life; and so true to life.
Fallada screwed up on this one. His other books are fantastic,but this one is one long meandering boring tale of I dont know what. I gave up at the half way point.
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