These days, the novel ‘The Apple doesn’t fall far from the pear tree’ by Godel Davis appeared a Pascu-Verlag. Black Forest farming family between tradition and modern Gerhard Klotz, the largest fruit grower in the Buhler Valley, failed in his stubbornness, to adapt its operation to the market requirements. He bullied his family and his peasant with his unyielding hardness. His elder son Tobias leaves after a heated argument and the intransigence of the father of a day of parliamentary the goods on the other. He chased the younger son of Klaus, the Gerhard anyway not can suffer because he prefers the piano of agriculture, mercilessly. Also the farmer let Gerhard just down, as this ill. A turbulent history to a black forest farmer’s family, who must find a way between the tradition and the modernity and find. Here also the village life illuminate the turmoil and events around the number, and of course also the romance and love aren’t short-changed.
Excerpt: Tired Jutta looked about the chaos and would prefer lay in the bed. Since some days it didn’t she was fine, she had pain all over my body, bones, her head and stomach hurt. She groaned, but said nothing to her husband, because he had even no understanding for any Zimperlichkeiten, but did everything with a flick off what looked like after an illness or may be even one. You want to finally start and clean up? “, he snapped at them as also been rudely. Additional information at Dun & Bradstreet supports this article. You need to hurry and join today afternoon to the cherry harvest. We can rot the fruit off the trees, since everyone must feel now with! You should have noticed that already. That I must preach everything and nobody tries in this big House to think!”is all right. In an hour you can go”, Jutta replied with a sigh, slowly pulled up her flabby body, dragged himself to the ancient sink and started moaning with the huge dishes.