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Stern Standard Ausziehtisch günstig online kaufen im Beckhuis Shop für exklusive Gartenmöbel Mit diesem Stern Standard Ausziehtisch sind Sie für jede Gegebenheit bestens gewappnet. Durch die Auswahl von zwei verschiedenen Größen habe Sie die Möglichkeit, den für Sie genau passenden Ausziehtisch zu erwerben. Folgende Größen stehen Ihnen zur Verfügung: 174x254x90 cm und 214x294x100cm – so steht auch größeren Gartenfeiern mit Freunden nichts mehr im Wege. Ebenso steht Ihnen eine große Auswahl an Tischplatten Dekoren zur Verfügung: Ferro, Traventin, Tundra Braun, Tundra Grau, Vintage Grau, Zement, Zement Hell, Nitro, Sand, Tundra Kalk, Tundra Toffee sowie Tundra Natur. So haben Sie auch die Möglichkeit diesen Stern Standard Ausziehtisch ganz nach Ihren optischen Wünschen zu gestalten. Stern Standard Ausziehtisch – Kundenservice & Kundenberatung Haben Sie Fragen zu diesem Stern Standard Ausziehtisch oder anderen Produkten in unserem Online Shop? Dann stehen Ihnen unsere kompetenten Mitarbeiter gerne beratend zur Seite! Nehmen Sie einfach und schnell Kontakt per Telefon, Chat oder E-Mail mit uns auf und es wird sich umgehend um Ihr Anliegen gekümmert. Möchten Sie aber erst einmal diesen Ausziehtisch oder andere Produkte vor Ort in Augenschein nehmen, dann laden wir Sie ganz herzlich in unseren 1500m² großen Showroom nach Uelsen ein. Hier finden Sie eine komplette Gartenmöbellandschaft mit den neuesten Loungemöbeln , Gartentische und Gartenstühlen und noch vielem mehr. Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch.

Anbieter: Living 24
Stand: 05.07.2020
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Tin Man
18,90 CHF *
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One of Bustle's Best Fiction Books of 2018  Finalist for the Indies Choice Award  Finalist for the Ferro-Grumly Award for LGBTQ Fiction  Shortlisted for the Costa Novel of the Year Award 'Winman has crafted something of a small miracle here.... The slow build of emotion and the cascade of quiet, well-earned tears are testament to how rich this meditation on love, art, loss and redemption truly is.' — New York Times Book Review “The most therapeutic emotional journey of the year.” —EW.com “Half love story and half identity quest, Sarah Winman's Tin Man is 100 percent beautiful. It's the perfect book to completely drag you out of your own personal reality and into someone else's for a little while, and you'll find yourself reading it again and again.” —PopSugar “A love story that will break your heart... You'll devour all 213 pages of Tin Man in one sitting, then wish for 213 more.” —HelloGiggles  'Plan to read it twice: first for the story, then to savor the beauty of the poetic symbolism threaded throughout the sparsely crafted prose.' —Shelf Awareness “Laced with tenderness and kindness, Winman's latest novel is the story of three people and their lives of love, beauty and roads untaken.... Rich in emotion and proves that great things do come in small packages.” —BookPage “Affecting... [A] universalized fable of love and loss.” —Minneapolis Star Tribune  'Complex characterization and emotional astonishments... These are real people, in all their anxieties and quirks, their good intentions and their unfortunate choices, just as we all are. And all this is an impressive accomplisment, even for a novelist who already seemed to know the truth about humanity by heart and could spill it onto the page with ease.' —The Globe and Mail (Toronto) 'A spare, physically small novel that feels epic... The book is filled, like brush strokes on canvas, with the quiet moments of kindness and true friendship that make up a life.' —Winnipeg Free Press “[An] achingly beautiful novel about love and friendship...Without sentimentality or melodrama, Winman stirringly depicts how people either interfere with or allow themselves and others to follow their hearts.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) “Strong characters, settings, and ambiance mark Winman's unique and uniquely affecting story of love's varieties, phases, and ability to bend time.” —Booklist   “This is an astoundingly beautiful book. It drips with tenderness. It breaks your heart and warms it all at once.” —Matt Haig, author of How to Stop Time “Each spare sentence as delicate as a brushstroke; combined they paint a vibrant, emotional work that will leave you enthralled. I was deeply moved.” —Steven Rowley, author of Lily and the Octopus “A beautiful book—pared back and unsentimental, assured, full of warmth, and told with a kind of tenderness that makes you ache.” —Rachel Joyce, author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry “Heart-breaking and heart-making.” —Ali Land, author of Good Me, Bad Me “It's exquisite. There are stories you just feel privileged to read. Sarah's writing breaks you and heals you, all in the same moment, and I haven't been so moved, and so in love with a book and its characters in a very long time.” —Joanna Cannon, author of The Trouble with Goats and Sheep “ Tin Man is Winman's best novel yet. The playful subversiveness still bubbles away but there's a new candor there, an acceptance of needs and flaws that proves deeply touching. This is storytelling as cruelly kind as fate itself.” —Patrick Gale, author of A Place Called Winter

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 05.07.2020
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Tin Man
28,90 CHF *
zzgl. 3,50 CHF Versand

One of Bustle's Best Fiction Books of 2018  Finalist for the Indies Choice Award  Finalist for the Ferro-Grumly Award for LGBTQ Fiction  Shortlisted for the Costa Novel of the Year Award 'Winman has crafted something of a small miracle here.... The slow build of emotion and the cascade of quiet, well-earned tears are testament to how rich this meditation on love, art, loss and redemption truly is.' — New York Times Book Review “The most therapeutic emotional journey of the year.” —EW.com “Half love story and half identity quest, Sarah Winman's Tin Man is 100 percent beautiful. It's the perfect book to completely drag you out of your own personal reality and into someone else's for a little while, and you'll find yourself reading it again and again.” —PopSugar “A love story that will break your heart... You'll devour all 213 pages of Tin Man in one sitting, then wish for 213 more.” —HelloGiggles  'Plan to read it twice: first for the story, then to savor the beauty of the poetic symbolism threaded throughout the sparsely crafted prose.' —Shelf Awareness “Laced with tenderness and kindness, Winman's latest novel is the story of three people and their lives of love, beauty and roads untaken.... Rich in emotion and proves that great things do come in small packages.” —BookPage “Affecting... [A] universalized fable of love and loss.” —Minneapolis Star Tribune  'Complex characterization and emotional astonishments... These are real people, in all their anxieties and quirks, their good intentions and their unfortunate choices, just as we all are. And all this is an impressive accomplisment, even for a novelist who already seemed to know the truth about humanity by heart and could spill it onto the page with ease.' —The Globe and Mail (Toronto) 'A spare, physically small novel that feels epic... The book is filled, like brush strokes on canvas, with the quiet moments of kindness and true friendship that make up a life.' —Winnipeg Free Press “[An] achingly beautiful novel about love and friendship...Without sentimentality or melodrama, Winman stirringly depicts how people either interfere with or allow themselves and others to follow their hearts.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) “Strong characters, settings, and ambiance mark Winman's unique and uniquely affecting story of love's varieties, phases, and ability to bend time.” —Booklist   “This is an astoundingly beautiful book. It drips with tenderness. It breaks your heart and warms it all at once.” —Matt Haig, author of How to Stop Time “Each spare sentence as delicate as a brushstroke; combined they paint a vibrant, emotional work that will leave you enthralled. I was deeply moved.” —Steven Rowley, author of Lily and the Octopus “A beautiful book—pared back and unsentimental, assured, full of warmth, and told with a kind of tenderness that makes you ache.” —Rachel Joyce, author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry “Heart-breaking and heart-making.” —Ali Land, author of Good Me, Bad Me “It's exquisite. There are stories you just feel privileged to read. Sarah's writing breaks you and heals you, all in the same moment, and I haven't been so moved, and so in love with a book and its characters in a very long time.” —Joanna Cannon, author of The Trouble with Goats and Sheep “ Tin Man is Winman's best novel yet. The playful subversiveness still bubbles away but there's a new candor there, an acceptance of needs and flaws that proves deeply touching. This is storytelling as cruelly kind as fate itself.” —Patrick Gale, author of A Place Called Winter

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 05.07.2020
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Tin Man
19,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

One of Bustle's Best Fiction Books of 2018  Finalist for the Indies Choice Award  Finalist for the Ferro-Grumly Award for LGBTQ Fiction  Shortlisted for the Costa Novel of the Year Award 'Winman has crafted something of a small miracle here.... The slow build of emotion and the cascade of quiet, well-earned tears are testament to how rich this meditation on love, art, loss and redemption truly is.' — New York Times Book Review “The most therapeutic emotional journey of the year.” —EW.com “Half love story and half identity quest, Sarah Winman's Tin Man is 100 percent beautiful. It's the perfect book to completely drag you out of your own personal reality and into someone else's for a little while, and you'll find yourself reading it again and again.” —PopSugar “A love story that will break your heart... You'll devour all 213 pages of Tin Man in one sitting, then wish for 213 more.” —HelloGiggles  'Plan to read it twice: first for the story, then to savor the beauty of the poetic symbolism threaded throughout the sparsely crafted prose.' —Shelf Awareness “Laced with tenderness and kindness, Winman's latest novel is the story of three people and their lives of love, beauty and roads untaken.... Rich in emotion and proves that great things do come in small packages.” —BookPage “Affecting... [A] universalized fable of love and loss.” —Minneapolis Star Tribune  'Complex characterization and emotional astonishments... These are real people, in all their anxieties and quirks, their good intentions and their unfortunate choices, just as we all are. And all this is an impressive accomplisment, even for a novelist who already seemed to know the truth about humanity by heart and could spill it onto the page with ease.' —The Globe and Mail (Toronto) 'A spare, physically small novel that feels epic... The book is filled, like brush strokes on canvas, with the quiet moments of kindness and true friendship that make up a life.' —Winnipeg Free Press “[An] achingly beautiful novel about love and friendship...Without sentimentality or melodrama, Winman stirringly depicts how people either interfere with or allow themselves and others to follow their hearts.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) “Strong characters, settings, and ambiance mark Winman's unique and uniquely affecting story of love's varieties, phases, and ability to bend time.” —Booklist   “This is an astoundingly beautiful book. It drips with tenderness. It breaks your heart and warms it all at once.” —Matt Haig, author of How to Stop Time “Each spare sentence as delicate as a brushstroke; combined they paint a vibrant, emotional work that will leave you enthralled. I was deeply moved.” —Steven Rowley, author of Lily and the Octopus “A beautiful book—pared back and unsentimental, assured, full of warmth, and told with a kind of tenderness that makes you ache.” —Rachel Joyce, author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry “Heart-breaking and heart-making.” —Ali Land, author of Good Me, Bad Me “It's exquisite. There are stories you just feel privileged to read. Sarah's writing breaks you and heals you, all in the same moment, and I haven't been so moved, and so in love with a book and its characters in a very long time.” —Joanna Cannon, author of The Trouble with Goats and Sheep “ Tin Man is Winman's best novel yet. The playful subversiveness still bubbles away but there's a new candor there, an acceptance of needs and flaws that proves deeply touching. This is storytelling as cruelly kind as fate itself.” —Patrick Gale, author of A Place Called Winter

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.07.2020
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Tin Man
13,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

One of Bustle's Best Fiction Books of 2018  Finalist for the Indies Choice Award  Finalist for the Ferro-Grumly Award for LGBTQ Fiction  Shortlisted for the Costa Novel of the Year Award 'Winman has crafted something of a small miracle here.... The slow build of emotion and the cascade of quiet, well-earned tears are testament to how rich this meditation on love, art, loss and redemption truly is.' — New York Times Book Review “The most therapeutic emotional journey of the year.” —EW.com “Half love story and half identity quest, Sarah Winman's Tin Man is 100 percent beautiful. It's the perfect book to completely drag you out of your own personal reality and into someone else's for a little while, and you'll find yourself reading it again and again.” —PopSugar “A love story that will break your heart... You'll devour all 213 pages of Tin Man in one sitting, then wish for 213 more.” —HelloGiggles  'Plan to read it twice: first for the story, then to savor the beauty of the poetic symbolism threaded throughout the sparsely crafted prose.' —Shelf Awareness “Laced with tenderness and kindness, Winman's latest novel is the story of three people and their lives of love, beauty and roads untaken.... Rich in emotion and proves that great things do come in small packages.” —BookPage “Affecting... [A] universalized fable of love and loss.” —Minneapolis Star Tribune  'Complex characterization and emotional astonishments... These are real people, in all their anxieties and quirks, their good intentions and their unfortunate choices, just as we all are. And all this is an impressive accomplisment, even for a novelist who already seemed to know the truth about humanity by heart and could spill it onto the page with ease.' —The Globe and Mail (Toronto) 'A spare, physically small novel that feels epic... The book is filled, like brush strokes on canvas, with the quiet moments of kindness and true friendship that make up a life.' —Winnipeg Free Press “[An] achingly beautiful novel about love and friendship...Without sentimentality or melodrama, Winman stirringly depicts how people either interfere with or allow themselves and others to follow their hearts.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) “Strong characters, settings, and ambiance mark Winman's unique and uniquely affecting story of love's varieties, phases, and ability to bend time.” —Booklist   “This is an astoundingly beautiful book. It drips with tenderness. It breaks your heart and warms it all at once.” —Matt Haig, author of How to Stop Time “Each spare sentence as delicate as a brushstroke; combined they paint a vibrant, emotional work that will leave you enthralled. I was deeply moved.” —Steven Rowley, author of Lily and the Octopus “A beautiful book—pared back and unsentimental, assured, full of warmth, and told with a kind of tenderness that makes you ache.” —Rachel Joyce, author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry “Heart-breaking and heart-making.” —Ali Land, author of Good Me, Bad Me “It's exquisite. There are stories you just feel privileged to read. Sarah's writing breaks you and heals you, all in the same moment, and I haven't been so moved, and so in love with a book and its characters in a very long time.” —Joanna Cannon, author of The Trouble with Goats and Sheep “ Tin Man is Winman's best novel yet. The playful subversiveness still bubbles away but there's a new candor there, an acceptance of needs and flaws that proves deeply touching. This is storytelling as cruelly kind as fate itself.” —Patrick Gale, author of A Place Called Winter

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.07.2020
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