PRLog - March 8, 2013 - AYLESBURY, U.K. -- English translation and expansion of the German book Den Urlaub ueberleben tausend Reisetips, Beck publishing house of 1763, Munich, 240 pages; first edition was sold out in 7 months, now out of print.
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Media reviews for the original German edition
"...all about travelling...warmly recommended..."
"...good to read, amusing, informative, entertaining..."
"...lots of good advice...amusing and well written" (Südwest Press)
"...the ultimate book of tips" (taz)
"...indispensable...invaluable...worth it’s weight in gold..." (Funk Uhr)
"...the tips are priceless...like detective stories... " (Radio Hundert)
"...tested advice...presented in an amusing way..." (Spiegel Spezial)
"...essential travel advice... good fun to read... (Dates)
"...the author has experienced the most unbelievable adventures... the book gives tips unknown to the rest of the world..." (Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung
"...Ex-banker Muller has written an amusing book, not just for tourists, but also for hesitant non-travellers. His dramatic experiences are enough to satisfy even those who sadly ask: "Isn’t it dangerous to travel?" They needn’t worry! When they’ve read this book, they won’t ask any more... (Die Zeit)
Dr. Klaus G. Muller has worked – in a former incarnation – as an investment banker in Dusseldorf, Paris, New York, Brussels, Luxemburg and Rome. During more than 300 business and private trips he fell victim to the travel bug. For many years he has been crossing the five continents. His experiences as a globetrotter led to the publication of the successful book Den Urlaub überleben – tausend wirklich brauchbare Reisetips (Surviving your holiday – a thousand useful travel tips, Beck publishing house of 1763, Munich – first edition sold out in seven months), which has now been translated into English
Having a Chinese heart, his latest book is a chat about the history of civilisation of the Middle Kingdom and about a charming collector's item: "A Pinch of China. Snuff Bottles – Mirror of the Chinese Soul", German and English in one volume, with many beautiful photographs of his collection (Böhlau Publishers, Vienna). He is just finishing a manuscript "How to Make Your Business Trip a Success."