With his first book, Adam Fletcher helped more than a hundred thousand locals and little Ausländer navigate the quirks of this charismatic land. Now he's back with fifty new and advanced integration steps that explain the sticky friendship glue of Kaffee and Kuchen, the educational superiority of wood, and the rituals of the German Weihnachtsmarkt. You'll learn how to blame the weather for most of your ailments, how to survive a visit to your local Baumarkt, why Germans take their kitchen when they move, and why you keep losing to them at table football. Adam Fletcher's book is the ultimate, irreverent love letter to a nation that has got so under his skin.
Adam Fletcher is a thirty-three-year-old, bald Englishman living in Berlin, Germany's poor but sexy Hauptstadt. One of the country's most enthusiastic students, he's acquired several diplomas in recycling, potato preparation, and Schlager singing. In 2013, C.H.Beck published his bestseller How to Be German in 50 Easy Steps.