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Über die Autorin:
Wallflower is four hours in the life of Molly Lenzfeld, sixteen-year-old New Yorker in Berlin. It’s Thanksgiving Day 1989, two weeks after the fall of the Wall. Molly, the daughter of a German-Jewishmother who fled the Nazis in 1938, is off to her mother’s birth house in East Berlin. On the train to Prenzlauer Berg, wallflower Molly meets East German wildflower Mick Maier, nineteen. It’s love at first sight. For both it’s a journey into an unknown land and a world deep below the city’s streets — a fertile terrain in which to discover each other, the absurdities of the divided city, and of course, the wonder of love.
Holly-Jane Rahlens, a born New Yorker, moved to Berlin shortly after college, and soon flourished in the German media world, working in radio, television, and film. She ist the author of novels for children, young adults and adults. In 2003 Prince William, Maximilian Minsk and Me earned the prestigious Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis as the best young adult novel published in Germany.