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Sven Michaelsen - In the Middle of Life - where might that be?

Self-Discovery in 666 Questions

This amusing and profound book of questions is the perfect gift for yourself or anybody else who matters to you.

Do you get bored by people who only ever ask themselves things they already know the answers to? Have you been waiting ages for someone to finally ask you the revelatory questions that make you realise what you’re truly made of, deep down? That reveal to you your hidden desires and self-delusions? That make you understand why nobody thinks about you the way you think about yourself? In these 666 questions, Sven Michaelsen sends readers on a journey of self-discovery through the brain, heart and belly that’s as instructive as it is hilarious. By the end of it, you’ll be seeing yourself and your life with fresh eyes.

Book details

144 pages
format:130 x 175
ISBN: 9783701735679
Release date: 16.08.2022

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Sven Michaelsen

studied literature and history, was a reporter and author for the weekly news magazine Stern for 20 years and now mainly writes for the magazine supplement of the Süddeutsche Zeitung. Portraits and interviews with the leading figures and idols of our time are his trademark. Every Sunday, the digital edition of the SZ magazine publishes one of his questions, which are hugely popular and generate discussion in hundreds of online forums. Published by Residenz Verlag: "Warum hat das Unglück mehr Phantasie als das Glück?" (Why does sorrow have more imagination than joy?) (2019).

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