• Wie man Deutscher wird in 50 einfachen Schritten

  • Eine Anleitung von Apfelsaftschorle bis Tschüss
  • By: Adam Fletcher
  • Narrated by: Otto Strecker
  • Series: Wie man Deutscher wird
  • Length: 1 hr and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 12-01-16
  • Language: German
  • Publisher: Audible Studios
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.5 (11 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Frühstücke ausgiebig, buche alle deine Urlaube Jahre im Voraus, zieh dir was Vernünftiges an und gehorche dem roten Ampelmann! "Wie man Deutscher wird" erklärt all die kleinen Absurditäten, die das Leben in Deutschland so herrlich machen. Das Buch ist Pflichtlektüre für little foreigners wie für all diejenigen Deutschen, die ihr eigenes Land immer noch nicht so ganz verstanden haben. Wir lernen, warum die Deutschen so frei über Sex sprechen, warum sie so sehr von Spiegel Online besessen sind und warum sie alle davon träumen, nackt in einem See aus Apfelsaftschorle zu schwimmen. Am Ende von Adam Fletchers Liebesbrief an Deutschland bleibt nur noch zu sagen: "Alles klar!"
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kurt Queller on 12-17-17

Respekt!

Hard to believe that this is a translation from an English original -- the German is lively and idiomatic, and the audio performance by Otto Strecker ist einfach hervorragend. The one giveaway is the dry, self-ironizing humor, which could only have been conceived in the mind of a Brit. This book ranks with the very best of the genre of lovingly exasperated reflections by expatriates on the cultural peculiarities and foibles of their adoptive homeland (Tim Parks' _Italian Neighbors_ comes to mind). My only regret is that it wasn't "...in 100 steps" rather than in 50.

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5 out of 5 stars
By BrdrCllie on 11-08-17

Detschland

A beautifully written and narrated book. The 50 steps describe all the things that perplex newcomers in Germany. If you have lived in Germany (or are going to Germany), read this book. The narrator is great and the book is (en)light(ening) and kind.

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