What’s new with Frankbooks?
They provide a new art of storytelling
Like many enhanced e-books Frankbooks provide additional features such as photos, videos and links on each page, giving the reader a variety of new and exciting insights into the book.
But there is more:
By using an integrated Facebook connection, we give readers the opportunity to interact with the author, a certain character of the story or other users via this online connection. It’s like having a global book club inside each Frankbook, accessible 24/7.
In addition, our "Pocket Money"-character Kristina has her own independent life on Facebook. Readers are free to follow and interact with the her for as long as they want.
Of course, if some of this doesn’t appeal to you, you can read a Frankbook like a normal e-book, too!
Content "Pocket Money":
Twenty-year-old Malik from Berlin generally makes his money on the shady side of the law. By chance he comes into possession of a suitcase full of cash - a suitcase that belongs to underworld boss Schlosser, who most definitely wants his money back. But instead of delivering it to him, Malik decides to grab it and run.
Suddenly Malk is on a road trip that will take him from Berlin to Hamburg and finally onto the remote island of Sylt, off Germany’s North Sea coast. But Malik won’t be travelling alone. Schlosser hires a veteran contract killer to track down the young thief and retrieve his stolen money. But this man isn’t alone on his search for Malik - police officer Peter Krauser is hot on his trail, too. Having just recovered from a major drug-related breakdown in Hamburg, Krauser doesn’t have the fondest memories of his former hometown. The closer he gets to the city, the more dark shadows from his past creep back into his mind.
At least Malik gets some help in the form of Kristina, who spontaneously agrees to drive him to Sylt in return for some of the money. As their pursuers draw closer, a romantic relationship begins to develop between them. And then they arrive on Sylt, where things start to get really out of control...
Content: 237 pages, 237 photos, links, posts
And: Whenever you come to Hamburg after reading the app - feel free to contact the author for a quick coffee or drink.