Somewhere i Belong.

Ioime Davide

Verlag: PSEditore, 2015
ISBN 10: 8898930666 / ISBN 13: 9788898930661
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Milano, 2015; br., pp. 166, cm 14,5x21,5. Nulla capita per caso, dicono. In realtà, poi, la maggior parte delle cose ci capita veramente per caso. Ma il credere che dietro ad ogni evento, soprattutto quelli brutti, ci sia una motivazione, aiuta a dar fondo alle perlopiù inesplorate risorse della nostra mente e a risorgere dalle proprie ceneri. Alessia e Daniel sono due quarantenni a cui la vita ha dato più successi professionali che emotivi, in cerca di un filo invisibile a cui attaccare le proprie esistenze. Tuttavia il lavoro e gli impegni quotidiani offrono poche opportunità e allora, pur senza crederci molto, cercano fortuna in una chatroom. Il destino li fa incontrare e quello che era cominciato come un gioco si trasforma in un'intensa passione vissuta tra l'atmosfera ovattata della Milano da bere e i colori profumati della Costa Azzurra. Ma può un sentimento alimentarsi solo di effimero sperando di rimanere inalterato nel tempo? È questa la domanda a cui Daniel cercherà di rispondere mentre l'imperfetta bellezza di Alessia sfuma via verso l'inaspettato e inevitabile epilogo. Una storia come tante, autentica e attuale e per questo straordinaria, vissuta tra speranze, realtà e sogni. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 3118003

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Titel: Somewhere i Belong.
Verlag: PSEditore
Erscheinungsdatum: 2015
Einband: Soft cover
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