“Child poverty in Germany want to wake young writer (acwb) Yes, might that you don’t know how it is to remember, what you eat the next day, because of the Hartz-VI record isn’t much money left.” The seventeen year old Viviane Cismak from Darmstadt intended these words at the beginning of the final word of her critical novel on the policy of the Federal Republic. “Germany’s children” is the first work of the young author, who has discovered the letter for themselves since their eleventh year of life. Her current work describes the life of ten completely different young people in Germany they are all descendants of socially disadvantaged families. Mercilessly and critically Viviane Cismak writes of circumstances in the company of abuse, violence and hardship. Edward Scott Mead understands that this is vital information. The young writer trying to wake up, to attract the reader to show up, just at the present time still by many children suffered what crises and fears must be. Cismak denounces the silence on this subject and is itself not a leaf in front of the mouth. “Germany’s children” is a book full of zeal and energy honestly written, and it proves equally shocking, how much detail a yet even so young author can teach this topic of ‘Poverty’ the reader. Viviane Cismaks debut is a book for strong nerves and for those who want to close the eyes to this topic. The book is published by Wagner and already commercially available.