In this sequel to his acclaimed novel Portofino, Frank Schaeffer´s memorable young narrator, Calvin Becker, returns in a story that is a coming-of-age gem. It is 1966, and Calvin is 14, torn between his naturally volcanic sexual curiosity and a fundamentalist family so strict that he has never seen a movie, watched television, or danced. But at the Hotel Riffelberg, a supposed safe haven from the sinners listening to jazz far below in Zermatt, Calvin nevertheless falls into the hands of Eva, a young waitress who begins Calvin´s initiation. Even so, it is only after his mother catches him in the act, or so she thinks, that Calvin´s real education begins. The resulting family meltdown builds to a climax destined to push Calvin´s childhood into the past. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lloyd James. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/000631/bk_blak_000631_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.