Heide Solveig Göttner

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Heide Solveig Göttner (born 1969 in Munich) is a German fantasy writer.


Heide Solveig Göttner grew up in Munich. She began writing at a young age. She studied English studies, American studies and political science at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität. She won a literature scholarship of Munich in 1992. She has been working as a foreign language lecturer since 1997.[1] Her fantasy novels are based on the history and mythology of Sardinia.[2] Göttner combined reading from her books with music.[3]

Heide Solveig Göttner lives with her Sardinian boyfriend in Freiburg im Breisgau.


Trilogy: Die Insel der Stürme

  • Piper, ed. (2006), Die Priesterin der Türme, Munich, ISBN 978-3-492-75004-2[4]
  • Piper, ed. (2007), Der Herr der Dunkelheit, Munich, ISBN 978-3-492-75007-3
  • Piper, ed. (2009), Die Königin der Quelle, Munich, ISBN 978-3-492-26696-3[5]


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