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My Mother Killed me: Surviving Rwanda’s Tutsi genocide (Ma Mère m’a Tué: Survivre au Génocide Rwandais?)

TESTIMONY | NON-FICTION This testimony is the story of Albert, 7 years old, during the Tutsi genocide, in April 1994. Albert is only 7 years old when the genocide of the Tutsis takes place, in April of 1994. The seventh child of a brotherhood of nine, with a Tutsi father and a Hutu mother, he […]

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Words Of Migrants (Paroles de Migrants)

NON-FICTION| TESTIMONY Deeply moving testimonies highlighting the dysfunctions and changes of the world, but also unique individual journeys and universal aspirations. For the last three years, Pauline Bandelier has followed several immigrants arriving in Europe, while they waver in between disillusion, regret and hope. She has also met with several unaccompanied minors, who arrived alone […]

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The Giro d’Italia (Giro, La course la plus dure du monde)

NON-FICTION |SPORT The hardest race in the World. An intense sport show, whose drama is enhanced by the magnificence of the landscapes and the extreme weather conditions: at a time when the interest in the Tour de France seems to be dropping, the Giro’s place in the cycling hall of fame becomes all the more […]

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The Tinder Affair: A Journalist Strips Tinder Bare (L’amour sous Algorithme)

SOCIETY| INVESTIGATION When freelance journalist Judith Deportail discovers that Tinder secretly grades its users, she decides to discover what her score is. Her discoveries go beyond her imaginings. In this addictive book, a young woman’s love life is intertwined with startling revelations. After a break-up, Judith, a young journalist, gets herself a gym subscription and […]

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YOGA for Sportsmen: Learn to Move Differently (YOGA pour Sportifs: Atteignez vos Objectifs en Bougeant Autrement)

YOGA| PRACTICAL GUIDE Practicing a sport is not for everyone. But yoga, yes! Five minutes of yoga a day keeps the physio away forever! First a runner, Mireille Massé discovered the benefits of yoga when injuries forced her to slow down. It turned out to be such a passion that she decided to become a […]

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Perimenopause: Survival Guide to Stay Zen (Préménopause: Guide de Survie pour Rester Zen)

YOGA| PRACTICAL GUIDE For most women, perimenopause is synonymous with major disruptions that unfortunately are impossible to escape. It is hard to focus on good mood when hormones govern it! This premenopausal survival guide reviews these 35 symptoms, along with practical tips to alleviate them, and homeopathic advice from a certified naturopath. Judiciously illustrated, this […]

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The Mirage of El Ouafi (Le Mirage El Ouafi)

LITERARY ESSAYS| NON-FICTION Bouhera El Ouafi, the first ever French Olympic Champion marathon runner, now lies forgotten. Fabrice Colin follows the traces we have left of his story to tell his entertaining and enigmatic tale, woven between history and novel. In 1928, the Algerian Boughera El Ouafi wins the Olympic gold medal for France, but the […]

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How to Live like James Bond (Agir & Penser comme James Bond)

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT| POP CULTURE  On the occasion of the next James Bond movie world release, the Editions de l’Opportun have decided to give a ‘pop culture’ sequel to the worldwide Best seller Act and think like a cat by Stéphane Garnier (200 000 copies sold in France, 28 translations). On the same principle, Stéphane Garnier […]

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How to Live like Darth Vader (Agir & Penser comme Dark Vador)

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT| POP CULTURE On the occasion of the world-wide release of the Star Wars movie, Editions de l’Opportun have decided to publish a pop culture sequel to the worldwide bestseller Act and Think Like a Cat by Stéphane Garnier, which has sold 200,000 copies in France with rights sold to 28 countries. Following the […]

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Glissez, Mortels (Glide, Mortals)

DEBUT NOVEL | HISTORICAL FICTION This mesmerizing novel about love and tolerance resurrects a fabulous period in time, but also brings to life the unusual story of the great painter, Paul Signac, and his two lovers. Charlotte Hellman’s smart and unapologetic writing takes us deep into the heart of Paul Signac’s love life and into […]

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