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BERLINGSKE, One of Scandinavia's oldest newspapers, wrote:
Willy Breinholst came on the German bestseller lists. He
marched past world-known authors such as Heinrich Böll,
Tolkien, George Orwell, ALdoux Huxley, Thomas Main, Graham
Greene, George Simenon, Chesterton, Dickens, Murdoch, Zweig,
Capote, Fallada, Hemingway, Saroyan, Somerset, Maugham,
Canetti and Mark Twain.
At the magazine Der Spiegel's top-ten list You could find
his books as number 1-2-4-5-7!"
GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS, has for twelve years noted:
IS WITHOUT A DOUBT
THE MOST WIDELY
IN THE WORLD"
Willy Breinholst’s books are read all over the World
from the Republic of South Africa and Australia to Siberia,
Greenland and Iceland in the North. He has been awarded
the Lübbe Ehrenpreis for 4.000.000 sold Lübbe-books.
He has been awarded the Danish Humorist Prize, the Carl
Möller Prize, the Bulgarian Hitar-Peter Medal and the
Icelandic Heimaey Medal for his books. Other recipients
of the Icelandic Heimaey Medal have been the Icelandic president,
the Nobel Prize winner Halldor Laxness – and Bing
The Danish bestseller-writer Willy Breinholst has written
165 books. No wonder, he has been chosen among 150 authors
to be awarded THE ALEKO KONSTANTINOV PRIZE at The International
Prose-Writing Competition as one of the best writers in
the world. Other recipients of The Aleko Konstantinov Prize
during the years: Erskine Caldwell, Erich Kästner,
Heinrich Böll, William Saroyan.
Miami Sunday Paper:
IS WRITER OF THE
BERLINGSKE, THE LEADING SCANDINAVIAN DAILY PAPER, WROTE:
“If H.C. Andersen were alive today, he’d be
green with envy over Willy Breinholst’s world wide