Berlin, Spring of 1995. While a group of neo-Nazis are preparing an anniversary bash of disastrous proportions, an old physics professor returns to Potsdam to atone for his sins, an Italian postdoc designs an experiment that will determine the fate of the universe, and, in a room at Le Charit?, a Holocaust survivor tells his tale to the willing ear of a young psychologist. Who is that talking cat, why do ghosts of SS soldiers roam the city, and what is Speer's favorite actress up to?
- Hardback | 640 pages
- 152.4 x 226.06 x 50.8mm | 521.63g
- 01 Nov 2007
- Dalkey Archive Press
- Normal, IL, United States
About Paul Verhaeghen
Paul Verhaeghen is a Belgian novelist, writing in his native Dutch. His novels include Lichtenberg and Omega Minor. Omega Minor has been translated into German, English French, and Hungarian.
this is an uncommonly intellectually stretching- and satisfying - experience' -Matt Thorne, The Independent