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Initially, I really liked this. The heroine saves a man from jumping off a bridge. His name is Steffen and he is a cop who is suffering from tremendous guilt over a work-related accident. But Steffen doesn't appear to be the love interest: it seems like it's his brother Thomas, who's the love interest, and I really didn't like him. The heroine, Janica, is also kind of a manic pixie dream girl. I got this for World Book Day, which was kind of exciting because it means opportunities to try books I wouldn't ordinarily pick up. Sadly, this was a miss.
Janica was riding her bike one evening with her huge dog when she saw a man, Steffen, trying to jump off a bridge. She starts talking to him and convinces him to change his mind. She accompanies him to his home where he lives with his brother Thomas, who is shocked when hearing the news. Steffen's life had recently taken a turn for the worse. She gave Thomas his father's card, who was very good at helping people. They accepted her help and took Steffen to where he lived, an amazing farm in the forest. Janica was always optimistic and happy and colors were not simply yellow, but sumptuous lime yellow or foolish things like that. As the novel progresses, Janica continues oozing happiness no matter what, becoming sickly sweet. The story is very predictable, with no surprises, except that she is sooo very happy and optimistic. Too much happiness and enjoying life for me. Nothing to do with real life.
I don’t read German and thought this book, offered for free on World Book Day, would give me the opportunity to read some contemporary literature from Germany. The book is full of good intentions and morally admirable figures. The figures, however, don’t reach the level of persons for me. Eric Segal’s “Love Story” comes to mind.