The GDR no longer exists, but people continue to live ruined lives. The fall of the Berlin Wall was not enough to return the meaning to their lives, cure their broken hearts, and help rid them of the wounds of the past.
The same is true for Eduard, a former political prisoner who, more than twenty five years after the reunification of Germany, cannot free himself from the horrors of life in the GDR. His journey has included failed love, being stalked by the Stasi, imprisonment, and a dysfunctional family life. Ultimately, unable to cope, he killed his own soul, to avoid experiencing any emotions, particularly with regard to women. But is life without love really life?
Part two travels to some darker parts of Eduard’s past in a quest to understand what has made him the disagreeable, unpredictable person he is.
This Book is Part of a Series "One Heart Is All I Have"
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