Made in Tokyo, Tanya von Varchmin
Tanya von Varchmin

Made in Tokyo

Getting drunk in Tokyo, fighting in Paris, breaking up in New York and taking LSD in a small village in Russia — this all happens when the main character, Tanya, meets Hajime, her half-Japanese boyfriend diagnosed with bipolar disorder, an addict and a remarkably interesting man.
309 Druckseiten


Tanya Rodina
Tanya Rodinahat einen Ersteindruck geteiltvor 10 Monaten

I wrote this novel on the road. I was exhausted from many red-eye flights, almost manic after too much coffee, too often heartbroken and lonely. I was crying, laughing hysterically, not being able to say a word or blabbering to myself this whole time when I was working on Made in Tokyo. It is special to me and I hope it can touch your soul as well.

Mitch Hart
Mitch Harthat einen Ersteindruck geteiltvor 6 Monaten

Wow. From start to finish, enthralling, deep. The writer has an uncanmy way of drawing you in at all times, with her deep personal experiences and making it feel like you were there on the ride too. Its a book that prompts constant reflection, of self and of how we all do this crazy thing called life.

Смерть Тома Сойера
Смерть Тома Сойераhat einen Ersteindruck geteiltvor 10 Monaten

An edgy literature full of truly emotions. It was very hard to
stay with Tanya through her journey without comparing with myself. Actual and totally worth reading.


Shomahat Zitat gemachtvor 22 Tagen
So what, I was framed for a date.
b0252577358hat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
need more. I need to get my next dose as soon as I can. Where can I go this time? Rome, Singapore, Phoenix? Anywhere, please. Can I book my tickets right now? Something to look forward to? Can I do it? Please. Please. Otherwise, I won’t make it. Life is just so unbearably dull.
b2273904549hat Zitat gemachtvor 3 Monaten
I am quickly bored and being in one place is incredibly hard.

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