A Night in Distant Motion

When seventeen-year-old Regine, a Nazi supporter, falls in love with a Polish prisoner in 1944, she notices for the first time the injustices and horrors going on around her and learns she can no longer be silent.

  • A story about the difficulty but necessity of questioning society’s rules and of flouting them as conscience dictates.
  • Longlist German Children’s Literature Award; La vache qui lit (Switzerland); Zilveren Griffel (The Netherlands)


dtv Junior
160 pages, ISBN 978-3-423-78284-5
4. Auflage 2020
Rights sold: Japan
Rights available again: Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, English language (USA/UK), Spain (cat.)