Scribe Publications have just released three masterworks of twentieth-century literature by Hans Fallada, the best-selling author of Alone in Berlin.
Little Man, What Now? — Written just before the Nazis came to power, this darkly enchanting novel tells the story of a young German couple trying to eke out a decent life amidst an economic crisis that is transforming their country into a place of anger and despair.
Wolf among Wolves — This sweeping saga of the collapse of a culture — its economy and government — and the common man’s struggle to survive it all is an immensely absorbing work of literature. Fast-moving as a thriller and fascinating as the best historical fiction.
The Drinker — This astonishing, autobiographical tour de force, discovered after Hans Fallada’s death, tells the tale — often fierce, poignant, and extremely funny — of a small businessman losing control as he fights valiantly to blot out an increasingly oppressive society.
Scribe have been kind enough to send me a copy of Little Man, What Now? for review,
plus this entire 3 Book Hans Fallada Pack + Book Bag to giveaway to one lucky reader from either Australia or New Zealand.