15 October: Reading with Franz Paul Horn "Over the Borders"

Salzburg-born author, Franz Paul Horn, presents his first novel »Over the Borders«. In the summer of 2015, he ventured with two friends on a bike ride to Iran. This journey changes his life….

Lesung im Rahmen der Aktionswoche „Österreich liest“. Treffpunkt Bibliothek.

Wien im Sommer 2015. Nach dem Uniabschluss begibt sich Paul mit zwei Freunden per Rad auf die Reise seines Lebens. Das Ziel: Teheran. [...] Ihr Weg wird zu einem ausgelassenen Abenteuer voller Improvisation, Missgeschicke, spannender Begegnungen, Flirts und Erkenntnissen über andere Länder [...]. Devise: in den Tag hineinleben, nehmen, was kommt, reisen ohne Angst.

Zur gleichen Zeit brechen Malek aus Afghanistan und Filip aus Syrien ebenfalls zu einer Reise auf. Das Ziel: Sicherheit. [...] Devise: nie stehenbleiben, nie zurücksehen, immer weiter ins Ungewisse. [...] (Quelle: Verlag Kremayr & Scheriau)

Zum Autor: Franz Paul Horn studierte Biologie und Publizistik, arbeitete als Ökologe an der Universität Wien, später im Naturschutz. Seine Reisen führen ihn um die Welt. Im Sommer 2015 wagt er mit zwei Freunden eine Radtour in den Iran. Diese Reise verändert sein Leben ...

Dienstag, 15. Oktober 2019, 19.00 Uhr
Universitätsbibliothek Salzburg
Bibliotheksaula, 1. Stock
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Mag. Susanna Graggaber

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