Sarah Kuttner


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ISBN: 978-3-10-401730-3


288 Pages,
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ISBN 978-3-10-401730-3


Luise and Flo decide it’s finally time to grow up. They look for a flat, move in together, buy a double bed and dance around the new rooms to German jazz. But not much later they find themselves standing side by side in the hall like two kids left behind at a motorway service station. Luise feels like they’re only playing at adulthood. There’s something false about this life, as if someone had suddenly transformed everything – changed the rules from the age of thirty. A quarter-life crisis. Is it OK to simply ignore the myriad opportunities in life and leave them standing outside the front door like uninvited guests? How can we trust love if we don’t even trust ourselves? How did time pass us by so quickly? And what do we do with the next two thirds of our lives?
Touching and funny, serious and clever, Sarah Kuttner’s book deals with the longing and the fear tangled up with leading proper, grown-up lives of our own.

About Sarah Kuttner

Sarah Kuttner’s first novel Mängelexemplar was published in 2009 and spent weeks on the bestseller list. Then as now, Kuttner writes about serious, existential issues, directly and honestly, a mix of empathy and flippancy which made her a popular TV personality in her shows “Sarah Kuttner – Die Show” (VIVA) and “Kuttner.” (MTV). She has presented various formats of her own on national and regional public channels, such as “Bambule” and “Kuttners Kleinanzeigen”. Since 2016, she has been producing and presenting the monthly event series “Kuttners schöne Nerdnacht” and since 2017 has co-presented the podcast “Das kleine Fernsehballett” on Deezer. She’s also on Instagram: @diekuttner | Twitter: @KuttnerSarah | Facebook: @SarahKuttner.

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