Author(s): Zoran Drvenkar
The chilling new thriller by the author of SORRY Take a man who travels through Germany and shows no mercy. Wherever he goes, no one is left alive. Call him The traveller, make him a legend and fear him. Take five girlfriends, they open the door to chaos and then take the flight. Call them the sweet sluts and avoid them. Take a father who is haunted by his past and will stop at nothing to achieve his goal. And now imagine his new goal is to stop the five friends. At any price. Call him The Logistic and shun him. They all move towards each other, they are full of vengeance and have no idea that they are watching one person. You.
'As magnificently original and bone-chillingly terrifying as SORRY' - New Books in German From the reviews for SORRY: 'The kind of thriller, the kind of novel, that doesn't come along every day...It's that oft-cited but very rare species of novel we call a page-turner, and it brilliantly achies this because Drvenkar knows how to use all the tools at his disposal, to excellent effect' New York Times Book Review 'Shocking, compelling, disturbing...there are many apologies in Sorry, but lovers of the dark side will have no regrets' Michael Robotham, author of Shatter 'Taut, tense and terrific' Sean Black, author of Gridlock
Zoran Drvenkar was born in Croatia in 1967 and moved to Germany when he was three years old. He is the author of many prize-winning books including books for children and young adults. In 2010, SORRY was awarded the Friedrich Glauser Prize, Germany's largest award for crime fiction. He lives in an old mill outside Berlin.