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The Fall of the Beech


The end of a relationship throws Katharina, a 30-year-old woman from Germany, into a deep life crisis. While her identity breaks, she builds up a whole range of different personalities. To get back on her feet and to learn how to trust again, she moves to Spain, where she finds her behavior and life mirrored impressively.

The story is honest and human: Full of misapprehensions, roundabouts and unconventional decisions, enriched with a pinch of humor. It is based on a true story and describes the interdependence of the inner and outer reality. What if all events in life are not pure chances but results of this interdependence?

This is a book that embraces the endless richness of human experiences and builds bridges between people through its honesty. We are not alone in all this!


Katharina Wolter was born in Germany in 1982 and is an interdisciplinary artist. She studied education science and German language and literature at the University of Münster with a focus on creative writing in connection with dance, theater and music. In addition, she has realized numerous interdisciplinary art projects. Since 2013, she has also been active in fine arts. Many themes of her prose and poetry are reflected in her paintings.

The pictures to her book "The Fall of the Beech" can be found on her website: http://www.katharina-wolter.de/index-english.html

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