Bryan Jackson Jackson de State of Pará, Brazil
J'ai adoré ce livre. Je pense que je l'ai lu quand j'avais environ 12 ans en quelque chose comme trois jours. Je ne pouvais pas le déposer et je ne voulais pas le rendre à la bibliothèque une fois que j'aurais fini, haha.
This was a great first novel by Oliver Potzsch, though you can definitely tell he's a screenwriter. He chose a great topic - his family history. There seemed to be a lot of time spent running between the various locales in Schongau and describing the same feelings (e.g. the metallic taste in the young physician's mouth when running), which dragged this novel on farther than it should, but the book was thoughtfully-written and characters were well-developed. The only question is why the book was titled "The Hangman's Daughter" when the book was much more about the Hangman and Physician's son.