Daniel Glattauer

Daniel Glattauer

Daniel Glattauer, born in Vienna in 1960, is a journalist and writer. His books include Darum2003), Der Weihnachtshund (2004),  Ewig Dein (2012) and Geschenkt (2014). His E-mail novels Gut gegen Nordwind (2006) and Alle sieben Wellen (2009) became international bestsellers and were translated into 40 languages. His theatre play Die Wunderübung (2014) was recently  made into a movie. Vier Stern Stunden (2018) is his latest  comedy.


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Four-Star Moments

Four-Star Moments

One hotel, two women, two men = the new comedy by Daniel Glattauer!

A four-star hotel that has seen better days, and a famous writer who is well past his peak are the ingredients for ...

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Turkey Turbulence or The Great Christmas Crises

Turkey Turbulence or The Great Christmas Crises

The result is a side-splitting Christmas survival handbook, perfectly matched by the illustrations of Michael Sowa. A book for everyone who wants to be adequately prepared for the feast to end ...

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Gifted

Gifted

A novel in which a benefactor plays the role usually reserved for a perpetrator: Who is behind the mysterious series of donations and what does it have to do with world-weary, seasoned loser ...

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Awards

2006 Nominierung Deutscher Buchpreis

Bibliographie

Im Deuticke Verlag sind erschienen
2001 Die Ameisenzählung. Kommentare zum Alltag
2001 Der Weihnachtshund. Roman
2003 Darum. Roman
2004 Die Vögel brüllen. Kommentare zum Alltag
2006 Gut gegen Nordwind. Roman
2008 Rainer Maria sucht das Paradies
2009 Schauma mal. Kolumnen aus dem Alltag
2009 Alle sieben Wellen. Roman
2010 Gut gegen Nordwind/ Alle sieben Wellen. Zwei Romane
2010 Theo. Antworten aus dem Kinderzimmer
2011 Mama, jetzt nicht! Kolumnen aus dem Alltag
2012 Ewig Dein. Roman
2013 Die Wunderübung. Eine Komödie
2014 Geschenkt. Roman
2018 Vier Stern Stunden. Komödie (Herbst 2018)

Weitere Veröffentlichungen:
1997 Theo und der Rest der Welt (Döcker Verlag)
1998 Bekennen Sie sich schuldig? Geschichten aus dem grauen Haus (Döcker Verlag)