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Vom Ende der Einsamkeit

By: Benedict Wells
Narrated by: Robert Stadlober
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Jules und seine beiden Geschwister wachsen behütet auf, bis ihre Eltern bei einem Unfall ums Leben kommen. Als Erwachsene glauben sie, diesen Schicksalsschlag überwunden zu haben. Doch dann holt sie die Vergangenheit wieder ein.

Ein berührender Roman über das Überwinden von Verlust und Einsamkeit und über die Frage, was in einem Menschen unveränderlich ist. Und vor allem: eine große Liebesgeschichte.

©2016 Diogenes Verlag AG (P)2018 Diogenes Verlag AG
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  • Categories: Romance

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Sein bis­her am­bi­tio­nier­tes­tes Werk.
-- Der Spiegel

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If you like character-driven stories beautifully rendered in words, this one is for you. The book bounces from one tragedy to the next, showcasing the inner world of the narrator and giving the reader hope in a genle way.
— John Steuart, Professor Johns Hopkins University

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