Author Dieter Klett Features the Trials and Triumphs of an Immigrant

New book showcases a profound story that depicts the struggles of a man in pursuit of a dream.

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Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) January 11, 2013

Compelling and insightful, “DESTINY HAS NO FAVORITES” reveals the tale of one immigrant who sets out for a new life in another country. Written by author Dieter Klett, this exhilarating must-read shares an up-close and personal glimpse into one man’s journey as tries to achieve his goals in a land foreign to him. It also shares his eventual discovery of how losing the things he held precious is indeed very likely especially with the volatile forces that are inevitable in life.

Set in the mid ‘50s, this story follows through the journey of a young man named Peter who had to abandon his life in Germany and adapt to the ways of his new homeland, Canada. Struggling to new customs and a different lifestyle, he aspires to blend in just like everyone else. His goal was to establish a family and to eventually pursue a business. In time, he becomes successful at having both. Everything seems to go smoothly for him, but just like everyone else, his path is tainted by unexpected twists and turns that lead to tragedy.

A riveting story of perseverance and the unwavering strength of the human spirit to thrive amidst life’s tumultuous tides, “DESTINY HAS NO FAVORITES” brings readers a deeper understanding of the workings of the world and how life, many times, requires adversities in order to pave way for growth, learning and maturity.

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About the Author
Dieter Klett, together with his wife Gabriela, lives in a small town in southwestern Ontario, Canada. They have four children who are all grown up by now and live strewn all over this beautiful country of Canada.

DESTINY HAS NO FAVORITES * by Dieter Klett
Publication Date: 1 0/9/2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 277 pages; 978-1-4797-1217-5
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 277 pages; 978-1-4797-1218-2
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-1219-9

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