Book Review: 1000 Neue Dinge, die Man bei Schwerelosigkeit tun kann

1000 neue Dinge, die man bei Schwerelosigkeit tun kann

Zylka, Jenni

Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, Reinbeck, 2003

An easily readable, fairly light story of a few weeks in the life of Judith. Judith is single, past the 20-somethingish age, lives in Berlin, works nights as an editor of a morning TV show on a 2 week on, 2 week off schedule, has a range of odd friends and odd habits, is infatuated with a radio DJ, and hates her job.  So we follow her around for a few months until she changes her employment situation.

That’s about it.

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