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359°—Worker, Writer, World-traveller You'll Never Work Alone

Author Name: Stephan Thiemonds | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details


The work and travel life stories in this book will hardly leave anyone unaffected. Either they would rouse your desire to travel – even if you dislike traveling – or they would awaken the profound desire to become an industrial gypsy – even if you dislike working.

You will be out and about with Stephan Thiemonds, experiencing a motley collection of lively, funny, informative and ironic short stories. You’ll be traveling through thirteen countries on four continents, from Europe to South America, via Asia, and even to the Antarctic.

Along with entertainment, nostalgia and professional knowledge, his stories also offer extraordinary motivation to young people who are often on the look-out for adventurous career options after finishing school, because these stories show a globalized working life from a completely new and fresh perspective. On top of everything, they serve as proof that you can come a long way in this modern age of air travel – at least in terms of distance – with a grounded technical apprenticeship.

Are you ready to begin your world-tour?

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Stephan Thiemonds

Stephan Thiemonds is a German service engineer who found his calling as a Writer and a World-traveller. In the summer of 2002, he set on a bicycle journey around the world that lasted many months and took him across multiple continents. Since 2003, Stephan has travelled across the world, while working for Buss-SMS-Canzler GmbH based in Butzbach, Germany.

He is passionate about traveling, tightening screws and is always on the lookout to learn something new. The myriad first-hand experiences while travelling the world, including Antarctica, inspired him to write his semi-autobiographical short stories. Until now, he has written seven books. A selection of stories from these books has been translated into English under the umbrella of 359°. The English book was also translated into Mandarin and published in China in early 2016.

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The book is edited and marketed in India by Swati Mehra and Mohit Mehra.



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