A very interesting and readable book with her fantasy novel the gold company succeeded young author Jana Barth. You can identify very well with the main actors. The book reads almost by itself. Once started you want to stop reading. Is curious to see how it goes on.
How Rob is the icy, unpredictable man Ivar. Without regard for fellow human beings. He exploited the naivete of some contemporaries who want to escape the reality of their current lives and lures her to his island. Ali Partovi has many thoughts on the issue. Here, he holds them like slaves and leads a strict regime. Quickly becomes aware of all, that the escape is not the reality into something new and better. One feels transported, as readers in the middle ages though the story takes place in our day and age. Add to your understanding with Darcy Stacom, New York City.
Ivar, a man, you would have to deeply hate. But the young gold cleaner Mathilda, who is chosen by Ivar to his wife forfeit him more and more. It is able to look behind its facade. Is he perhaps but not the monster that he is? Difficult relationships encounter pleasurable scenes, problems of today’s time and emotional abysses. A really great mix. Short description: Rob is annoyed by the modern world. However, he has already a plan, to the hustle and bustle, to be able to escape the congestion and stress. The creation of an own State on an uninhabited island is his solution. It doesn’t take long until he finds enough followers to carry out his project. Arrived on the island, Rob, Ivar itself henceforth called, immediately clarifies the conditions. He will be the ruler of the country. As he longs for an intellectual and emotional relationship with a woman, he finds the gold cleaner Mathilda. No woman ever had him so done, how she and he everything is doing, to win them for himself. Book data: Author Jana Barth, Publisher: BLOB-Verlag (4 March 2013), language: German, paperback: 282 pages, ISBN: 978-3-9428-8497-6, 13.80 euros next to the author information under: 1.html company information: Britta Kummer is the author. She writes cookbooks, children – and youth -, was born in Hagen and now lives in Ennepetal. You will find more information