In his narration, the flow of all things the midlife crisis of a man describes Frederik D. Tunnat. The flow of all things is the tale of a man during his midlife crisis, successfully and success-spoiled, trying a new sense to give, he accepts a professorship in addition to his career as a Manager, eventually discovered the writing liberating him his life. Unable to break free of its old structures and dependencies he entangled privately in three parallel living relationships with women of different ages, until that threaten him as well as the professional, to crush. He is enmeshed in a monastery in Majorca, where he wants to be and reorient, fateful circumstances in a game with a double and a new identity. (Similarly see: Joeb Moore). The narrative to visit describes the loneliness and the Unbehaustsein of modern urban people; their longing for love and security, which manifests itself only in their fantasies, but also in real page jumps. Follow others, such as charles schwab, and add to your knowledge base. An evening in the apartment a Couple, married is only hollow facade. Two visitors, a female and a male single, meet here with their personal problems and sensitivities, are looking for sympathy, warmth, closeness and heat.
Mutual incomprehension, as well as a desperate attempt to satisfy each of the four protagonists, own needs and ideas, even at the expense of others are what they think actually this evening. The two short stories, the flow of all things, as well as to visit the author with the well-being and living conditions, are part of a larger collection of short stories and novels, in which the needs and feelings of singles of both sexes in modern society, especially in the urban environment, deals. He addressed and varies the desperate or too futile search in the above stories are still serious – and permanently on the relationship with a partner, a partner, to engage the inability of modern people. The manic to panic Search for recognition, security, love and heat is driving its protagonists in always new, partially parallel lived relations and constellations. The question drives his protagonists inside for their true identity and the meaning of life. Frederik D. Tunnat – the flow of all things – Tredition Verlag, Hamburg – ISBN: 978-3-940921-74-1 Printbook 7.99, eBook 1.99. In all bookstores, also available online. More information can be found on the Publisher’s website: books/ID455 or at Amazon: now at Amazon ordering! Reviewers can order a review copy free of charge using the following link: index.php?