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All Seven Waves
- date of publication: 04.02.2009
- 224 Pages
- Deuticke Verlag
- ISBN 978-3-552-06093-7
- Deutschland: 17,90 €
- Österreich: 18,40 €
- E-Book ISBN 978-3-552-06102-6
- E-Book Deutschland: 8,99 €
First: You are acquainted with Emmi Rothner and Leo Leike? If so, you must already have read Gut gegen Nordwind, the unusual love story in which two people who have never set eyes on each other fall head-over-heels in love via email.
Second: As far as you're concerned, Emmi and Leo's story has finished. But that's not what they think!
Third: You've always thought the lovers should get to meet at least once, and that the novel deserves a second chance for a happy ending. This is for you, then!
Fourth: Perhaps you don't have a clue what we're talking about? You are throwing yourself in at the deep end with by starting Alle sieben Wellen without having read Gut gegen Nordwind? Don't worry – everything will become clear. Leo Leike returns to Vienna after just over a year in Boston, only to find emails from Emmi Rothner awaiting him. They both realize that they haven't been able to shake off their feelings for each other. Perhaps it really is time that they met at last. However, Emmi is still married and Leo has struck up a new relationship. But once six waves have crashed against the shore, the seventh is bound to follow; and, as we discover, the seventh wave always brings a surprise.
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