Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Date: June 2005
Duration: 12 hours 23 minutes
After living in America for many years, Kaethe Shalk returns to Berlin to search for the daughter she lost. Now in the metaphorical broken ground left by the demise of the Berlin Wall, she encounters the isolated parts of her past and present.
"Abounding in idealism, lust, betrayal, and re-emerging hope, this compelling portrait of a person whose life has been swept up in both the personal and the political realities of the Cold War is an eyeopener."-Library Journal