Another Green World: A Novel by Richard Grant

By Richard Grant

In 1929, at a early life summit within the Weimar Republic, a gaggle of younger americans meet on a distant mountaintop. Their transferring alliances, rivalries and sexual intrigues foreshadow the turmoil and violence that would quickly engulf Europe.

Fifteen years later, those women and men are without notice reunited as one among them discovers an incendiary record from Heinrich Himmler, providing facts of Hitler's ultimate resolution. A trip from the confusions of teenage into the chaos of struggle, Another eco-friendly global reaches from the final shimmering summer time prior to the nice melancholy into the darkest precincts of the 20 th century.

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