Reinhard Kaiser-Mühlecker


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ISBN: 978-3-10-490964-6


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After years on the road, a journalist returns to the place where he grew up, but was never at home. He writes for the ailing local rag, begins an affair and works for a pig farmer whose land was repossessed. Ines, Flor and Hemma, his girlfriend, the farmer and his wife, draw him into the conflicts of a life which is being taken from them.
An existential, stirring novel about how a world in crisis alters our feelings and relationships. Reinhard describes a time of deep uncertainty – the time we are living in now.

About Reinhard Kaiser-Mühlecker

Reinhard Kaiser-Mühlecker, was born 1982 in the Krems Valley, Austria, and lives in Vienna. He has won many awards for his six novels and short-story collection. Fremde Seele, dunkle Wald (2016) was on the German Book Prize shortlist. Siegfried Lenz said of his work, ‘It is wonderful, the way you write,’ and Peter Handke, ‘After Stifter and Hamsun, you’re next.’

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