Foreign Rights → Title ListSummer in Ephesus

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350 pages
Format 125x205 Hardcover
EUR 21,90 / sFr 31,90

ISBN: 9783701715862
ISBN ebook: 9783701742875

published in März 2012

Elisabeth Schmidauer

Summer in Ephesus

First love and buried hopes: the summer that changed everything.

As a seventeen year-old, Anastasia spends an entire summer in Ephesus instead of accompanying her mother, a dancer, and her constantly changing lovers on a trip through the United States. During the dig she learns more about her father’s lifelong obsession, which destroyed more than her parents’ marriage – Ephesus, the city that had only existed in her dreams and in the books her father, a famous archeologist, had written. She also meets Hubert again, her first love and her father’s favorite student, who once upon a time was a permanent fixture in her parents’ home. That summer, Anastasia still believes that her future is just beginning, but then the season ends in disaster… When she hears of her father’s death many years later, she finds out what actually happened that summer and before. And why he and Hubert wanted nothing to do with her as soon as that summer was over.

Elisabeth Schmidauer was born 1961 in Linz and studied German Studies and History. She is a teacher who lives and works in Vienna and is also a member of, an improvisational theater group in Vienna. “Sommer in Ephesos” is her first publication.


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