For free. It’s written on a cardboard box lying on the street. Boxes like these are everywhere. The people in this town have a lot to give. Glasses. Clothes. Keyboards. Books. Passersby often stop to peek inside. Quickly. A little embarrassed. And always just out of curiosity. One never knows.
This book is a collection of thirty-three vignettes about everyday life in Berlin. No Brandenburger Tor, Fernsehturm or Alexanderplatz, but beggars, bumpy sidewalks, and the knees of Elvis Presley.