Olga Grjasnowa liest bei zehnSeiten.de aus "Die juristische Unschärfe einer Ehe"
A Legal Haziness of a Marriage
- date of publication: 25.08.2014
- 272 Pages
- Hanser Verlag
- ISBN 978-3-446-24598-3
- Deutschland: 19,90 €
- Österreich: 20,50 €
- E-Book ISBN 978-3-446-24682-9
- E-Book Deutschland: 9,99 €
You don’t have to wait for a mid-life crisis, you can fuck up your life good and proper by your mid twenties.
Jonoun, Altay and Leyla have all the freedom in the world but they opt for a love that’s high risk even in this day and age. Leyla has had only one ambition since she was old enough to think: to be a dancer. But an accident forces her to leave the Bolshoi Theatre. Altay is a psychiatrist who won’t let another man close since the love of his life killed himself. Leyla and Altay enter a marriage of convenience in order to appease their families. When the couple decides to make a new start in Berlin, Jonoun enters their lives. Chaotic, gluttonous and unpredictable, Jonoun falls head-over-heels for Leyla, but Altay isn’t going to stand for it.
Olga Grjasnowa tells the story of two women and a man who yearn for love but don’t know how to handle it. A fast-paced love triangle narrated with great immediacy, an absorbing novel about happiness and heartbreak in a time when everything seems there for the taking.
Denmark (C&K), Croatia (Bozicevic), Netherlands (De Bezige Bij), Slovakia (Literarna Basta)