Crime #marquepage of November 25, 2020: echoes of the books gleaned by Anne-Marie Revol

18:50  25 november  2020
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Nos étoiles ont filé book . Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Mes étoiles filantes, C'est étrange Dans le vocabulaire cou by. Anne - Marie Revol . 4.19 · Rating details. · 69 ratings · 5 reviews.

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  #marquepage du 25 novembre 2020 : échos des livres glanés par Anne-Marie Revol © Provided by Franceinfo

A new number of Bookmark: the writer who hides behind his four book covers lives in Montreal, Canada. Marie-Adélaïde Dumont, bookseller in Le Mans at Doucet, was transported by L’Anomalie, by Hervé Le Tellier. Instagramers cried while reading, Glory , by Elizabeth Wetmore. A book as shocking as it is poignant.

But, who's that?

The writer who sent us his photos this week for recognition is an author and ... doctor. And yet, he prides himself on "eating the doctor and the gynecologist for breakfast!" Prompt to defend women, he fights for their rights and freedom to be respected and denounced long before the time the abuse and medical violence they suffer in silence. A columnist in the morning on France-Inter, he ended up being thanked for his outspokenness - especially against the pharmaceutical industry. He has been known to the general public since the publication, in 1998, of his bestseller Sachs Disease. A book translated into 14 languages, adapted for the cinema by Michelle Deville in which Albert Dupontel played a certain Bruno Sachs, a benevolent country doctor, listening to his patients ...

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Echoes of November book . Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Among the novel’s other characters are a former member of the Warren Commission who in the years since has become one of Washington's power brokers; a medical technician who assisted at Kennedy's

"One of the most brilliant, jubilant, interesting texts of the literary return! "

Marie-Adélaïde Doucet, bookseller in Le Mans, would almost never have enough words to talk about L’anomalie d ’ Hervé Le Tellier , published by Gallimard. The jury of Goncourt was not mistaken there, since it is part of the much envied "final square" of this year! It's hard to sum up this anticipation novel without saying too much. This multi-faceted work - philosophical, religious, political - paints a gallery of portraits of earthy characters whose fate will be forever upset following a Paris-New York flight caught in a cumulonimbus of rare intensity. To read as soon as possible to be able to talk about it in the best dinners!

The little "chicana" set the web ablaze ...

The Bookstagrameurs who read Glory by Elizabeth Wetmore , published at Escales, were stunned by the fate of her heroine Gloria, 14, who became Glory after an unspeakable rape. Seen as a stopper from going around in circles by part of Odessa - a small village lost in West Texas - she is taken in by Mary-Rose Whitehead, a farmer who doesn't mind wielding a gun. Against all odds, this woman of extraordinary courage will defend her new protégé against a community as racist as it is bigoted. "A fierce choral novel" according to @ uneviedevantsoi…

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