Die Nixx Familie: The Price of Burial

Die Nixx Familie: The Price of Burial

by Alexander Jürgen Klemm

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Die Nixx Familie: The Price of Burial by Alexander Jürgen Klemm

This is a one act play, the first of a new series, called "Die Nixx Familie".

The setting is in a post WWII Germany following the lives of the Nixx Family.

Written in English.

Genre= Dramatic Script, Sardonic, One Act Play, Humorous, Short Read.

In "the Price of Burial", the family must deal with the death of an in-law and handle the burial.

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Here are the character descriptions of those which appear in the play.

A German middle aged man who has an opinion on everything.

Family friend and accountant of Radnick.

Step daughter of Radnick who thinks the world is a big orange with water in it.

Step son of Radnick who has always his head in the clouds.

Radnick’s wife.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045495103
Publisher: Alexander Jürgen Klemm
Publication date: 12/08/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 194 KB

About the Author

Greetings random profile stalker,I go by many names, but you can call me Klemm. Amateur philosopher and writer, you will find most of my work regarding politics, history, philosophy, humor, drama and satirical. Most of my books are short because I believe in the quality, not the quality (and it is for that reason that the price is relatively low). I seek not a fortune writing, but providing an average reader with swell text. That is all for now. And this is why cat videos are awesome.Stay Frosty-Der Klemm

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
\I always read new free books during the 45m bus ride to and from work so I decieded to take a peak a this. Supposetly its one of these on act plays type of books (which span around 20-50 pages) but this is more of a one set type of play (since it is only about 2-3 pages). The "book" is pretty much what it says in the description, short and about a set theme and part of a continuous series (more to come is what I'm guessing). The actual story was funny in some parts but this is the type of text that would look way better played out by actors on set (heck maybe that was the point). But for 3 page thing it kept me pretty entertained; for about 2-3 minutes. Still, I's rate it a 4/5 stars. Would be willing to read more if they were longer, but the overall idea is good,