Krabat by Otfried Preußler


In the late seventeenth century, after the end of the world, a fourteen-year-old orphan boy named Krabat walks from town to town begging with a troupe of friends. Krabat isn’t bitter about his lot. The conflict that will eventually be called the Thirty Years’ War (though it pushed at either side of that perimeter) has been going on for over a generation. This is the only life he can conceive of. What is there to be bitter about?

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