Martinez, A. Lee Gerwig, Karen Der Mond ist nicht genug Martinez, A: Mond ist nicht genug Chasing the Moon

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A. Lee Martinez wurde mit seinen fantastischen Romanen zum Star der humorvollen Fantasy. Er lebt in Dallas, Texas, wo er schreibt, jongliert, Videospiele spielt und Zeitreisen unternimmt. Vielleicht ist er ein Geheimzauberer (das wäre allerdings geheim), und es könnte sein, dass er Gartenarbeit mag. Sicher ist jedoch, dass er Lebensläufe nicht ausstehen kann. Und eigentlich hat er auch keinen Spaß an Gartenarbeit. Alles andere an dieser Biografie ist

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ISBN(s) 9783492268820
Erscheinungsdatum 14.05.2013
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 397
Sprache Englisch Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Belletristik
Kurztitel Martinez, A. Lee: Der Mond ist nicht genug
Warengruppe TB/Belletristik/Fantasy
ISBN-10 349226882X
Länge 190 mm
Breite 123 mm
Höhe 35 mm
Gewicht 387 gr
Umschlag, Vorderseite Ansehen
Produkttyp Taschenbuch
Verlag Piper Verlag GmbH

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