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- Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo
- Christiane F.
- 20 November 2018 Christiane F.
Christiane F. Å 4 review
Rls paying them with heroineWanting to disclose to the problem of drug addiction among teenagersthey arranged an interview with ChristianeFrom those discuss. Harsh compelling brutally honest The true story of a young girl addicted to heroin in the 70 s Love books that grant me a glimpse into a completely different world Read this
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Ions and conversations became the book We children from Bahnhof Zoo'harrowing testimonytrue story of a girl who becomes a heroin addict at the age of fourte. The last time I read this book I was probably 15 years old and very much impressed by the protagonists story and not to get me wrong I was shocked by her experiences Meanwhile 15 years older I just had to reread this classic from my youth and was still moved by it In my opinion everyone should read it at least once
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Two journalists of 'Shtern'magazine Kay Kerman and Horst Rik met Christiane 1978th in Berlin where she was a witness at the trial of the man who procured gi. Living in Rudow and commuting to work through Gropiusstadt it struck me that I should know the memoir that the neighbourhoods are famous for The book put together from interviews with Christiane F a teenaged heroin addict her mother and authorities working to fight drug use in West Berlin in the 1970s follows Christiane from her early childhood when she was abused by her father who was an alcoholic to her teenage years when desperately hoping for acceptance and love she sank deeper and deeper into the club scene around the Ku damm with all the associated drug problems By the time Christiane figured out that addiction doesn t make you cool she was hooked selling herself for 40 marks a go at the Bahnhof Zoo to maintain her habit Christiane doesn t romanticize or preach which distinguishes this book from others of its kind but lets her experiences serve as a warning in themselves Though I found it impossible to sympathise with her I found the book completely riveting