Summary

Guylain liebt Bücher und hasst seinen Job in einer Papierverwertungsfabrik. Darum liest er jeden Morgen auf dem Weg zur Arbeit im Pariser Vorortzug um 6 Uhr 27 ein paar Seiten laut vor, die er tags zuvor der Schreddermaschine entrissen hat: Sein Akt der Rebellion gegen die Vernichtung von Literatur.

Eines Tages findet er im Zug einen USB-Stick, auf dem das Tagebuch einer jungen Frau gespeichert ist. Davon tief bewegt, liest er nun ihre Geschichten vor - und der Zauber springt auch auf die Mitreisenden über. Viel mehr noch: Die Geschichten verändern Guylains Leben. Er muss diese Frau finden...
©2015 dtv. Übersetzung von Sonja Finck (P)2015 Hörbuch Hamburg HHV GmbH, Hamburg
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