"Lustig und lebensnah, nachdenklich und präzise und rundherum unterhaltsam."
She takes the reader on a journey through everyday life, as she struggles to deal with convoluted red-tape, arrogant teachers, extreme tidiness and the inability of 80 million people to queue. She battles to keep up with the locals and their town, and wine and harvest- festivals.
Her tale is spiced with accounts of her travels as a television researcher, meeting Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn in Rotterdam days before his murder or speaking to the last surviving officer to be with Hitler in the Berlin bunker during the last days of the war.
Anli Serfontein: Basteln, Wandern and Putzen ISBN 978-3-8370-6216-8,
Trade Paperback, 224 Seiten, € 14,90 2. Auflage