“If you’ll be able to write 180 pages of your memoir with out hanging the pen down, I may permit you to reside.”
Klaus Holland loves nobody instead of himself. He victimizes other folks for being Jews or for simply being alive.
He is an previous Nazi felony who escaped to Brazil and was once stuck and prosecuted. He is now pressured to jot down his memoirs as a part of his punishment – the similar punishment he used to offer Jews on the focus camp. This punishment makes him keep in mind and re-live his cruelty because the focus camp commander and as a person.
Deus Esperanca learns from his mom that what he believed to be his circle of relatives’s historical past, was once only a bunch of lies. He discovers that his actual father is Klaus Holland – the sadistic Nazi fugitive.
Having this data and his father being conscious about what he is aware of, their lives intertwine and create chaos.