Tag Archives: Bulgarian

Everyone Loves Bruce Willis (Tout le monde aime Bruce Willis)

CRIME FICTION After The Predators’ Ball and We Remember the Names of the Assassins, Dominique Maisons is back with a story that rivals the great American crime novels. She’s got it all… or does she? Rose Century is 20 years old and worth millions at the box office. Dozens of assistants are on hand to […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

The Battlefield (Le champ de bataille)

FICTION Teen angst… as seen by the parents The problem with having kids is that they grow up. With no warning, one day they start slamming doors, getting bad grades and talking in monosyllables. Above all, they stop seeing you as perfect. And that can be hard to take. Science tells us that it is […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Self-Confidence: A Philosophy (La confiance en soi, une philosophie)

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT An accessible essay on the mechanisms of self-confidence, in the same vein as his best-seller The Virtues of Failure, translated in 12 languages. Where does self-confidence come from? How does it work? What makes it stronger and weaker? Why are some people more confident than others? Is it only a question of temperament […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

The Neanderthals from A to Z (Neandertal de A à Z)

ESSAY | HISTORY Being trendy is being Neanderthal…You’ll learn plenty of things from this book. — France Info With this pedagogic and exhaustive approach, all kinds of readers will definitely find their niche! This book will expand your horizons! — Site Hominidés​ The reference book on the Neanderthals The Neanderthals are not completely extinct! They […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

The House to the Right of My Grandmother’s (La Maison à droite de celle de ma grand-mère)

FICTION “Giacomo, come quick. The doctors are quite certain, the end is near.” That is how our young hero, a mischievous, daydreaming translator, returns to the island of his childhood, where his grandmother’s health is failing. And even though he has a deadline to meet, suddenly the whole of Sardinia is keeping him there: Maria, […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Somewhere Between Good and Evil (Quelque part entre le bien et le mal)

CRIME FICTION  “Christophe Molmy has always dreamed of a life: his own … Robberies, hostage-situations, frenzied … interfere in his daily – inevitably novelistic – life.” — Libération “Taking on the writing role, [the BRI chief, Christophe Molmy] leaves behind the necessary rigidity of his career to form a plot, tie its threads, craft a rhythm, […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Paris-Venice (Paris-Venise)

LITERARY FICTION Striking and mordant expressions, a certain poetry fluttering prettily on the pages. Florent Oiseau does it again in this beautiful journey. — Librairie Bookstore, Biarritz Florent Oiseau, a young, audacious author who flies from his own wings!…This young author is extremely promising…Lively and funny writing, and God knows it requires talent to hilariously […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Another Look. A Bunch of Stuff to See Things Differently Vol. 2 (Un autre regard. Trucs en vrac pour voir les choses autrement t. 2)

COMIC | SERIES THE 2nd COMIC BOOK FROM THE BLOGGER EMMACLIT, BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND There’s always a moment during a conversation between women when one refers to Emma’s comic strip along the lines of, “That’s exactly what happened to me.” After the runaway bestselling success of Another Look vol. 1, a booksellers’ favourite, amateur comedienne, […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Only Women Live Forever (Seules les femmes sont éternelles)

HISTORICAL CRIME NOVEL A lively and exciting plot, I loved it! – Andrée, la papivore.com The whole thing is carried out with a beating drum and not for one second are we bored. – Glazmag.com A brilliant historical novel telling the story of Loulou Chandeleur, a private detective who disguises himself as a woman to avoid […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

In Paris (À Paris)

LIFESTYLE | FASHION | GIFT BOOK Jeanne Damas is the epitome of It Girl—GQ Magazine Paris, the megalopolis that incarnates chicness, is the main character of Jeanne Damas and Lauren Bastide’s book. […] With Jeanne behind the camera and Lauren wielding the pen, the duo set out to meet the women that make up Paris. […]

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )