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- date of publication: 05.08.2006
- 224 Pages
- Deuticke Verlag
- ISBN 978-3-552-06041-8
- Deutschland: 17,90 €
- Österreich: 18,40 €
- E-Book ISBN 978-3-552-06103-3
- E-Book Deutschland: 8,99 €
In daily life, is there a safer space for secret longings than virtual reality? Leo Leike mistakenly receives e-mails from an unknown woman called Emmi. Being polite, he replies, and because Emmi is attracted by him, she writes back.
Soon Leo admits: "I find you terribly interesting, dear Emmi, but I also know how absurd this is." And Emmi, soon after: "Your lines and what I make of them add up to the kind of man that I can suddenly imagine being, perhaps, a reality."
It seems only a matter of time until they will meet in person but the prospect stirs them both so profoundly that they prefer to postpone it just a little bit longer. Also, Emmi is happily married, and Leo still digesting a failed relationship. And, after all: Will the emotions sent, received and stored, survive the test of a "real" encounter? And if so, what then
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