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Act and Think like Nietzsche (Agir et penser comme Nietzsche)

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT | PHILOSOPHY Nietzsche’s philosophy as a guide for at work, with family and friends. As a researcher and teacher in philosophy, Nathanael Masselot focused on Nietzsche’s work and became interested in its influence on our daily life. The values developed by the great philosopher will help you face the trials of everyday life […]

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How to Survive at Work as a Jedi (Survivre au bureau en étant un Jedi)

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT “The right way this book will show you” Master Yoda is the wisest and the most powerful. Yoda knows that we do not share his daily life: we get out of bed every morning, we take a hot coffee too fast and we go to work very quickly. But Yoda teaches us that […]

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How to Grow Up like your Cat (Agir et grandir comme un chat)

NON-FICTION Adapted from the bestselling Act and Think Like a Cat, which was written for adults, this book is aimed at readers aged 9 to 12 and offers simple and judicious advice. Through the voice of Ziggy, an attentive, benevolent cat full of common sense, it offers inspired recommendations for young people. In 18 different situations, the cat becomes […]

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Grip

“A classically structured novel in which Enter’s style is complemented by flawless composition, compelling characters, existential themes and a magnificent climax – as well as two cliff-hangers.” —NRC Handelsblad “Everything moves and rolls onwards; every perspective differs; and yet the artist seeks to intervene, extracting frozen moments and weaving them together in his own prosody […]

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Let the Shadows Confess (Que les ombres passent aux aveux)

SUSPENSE After a personal tragedy, Jessie decides to move into her grandfather’s house. Shortly after the old man passes away, she finds an envelope full of old documents in the mailbox. They concern Keowe, where the family’s roots lie, a place the old man never spoke of. Why did he arrange for a post-mortem delivery […]

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The Anti-Mandala (L’Anti-Mandala)

GIFT BOOK | HUMOR Are you fed up with being told to “be kind to yourself,” to “clear your mind,” all day long? What if some of us want to hang onto our anger, huh? Or to grouse about everything that gets on our nerves? This coloring book for adults is an irresistible invitation to […]

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Slow Democracy (Slow Démocratie)

ESSAY | POLITICS In response to unbridled globalization, which is undermining national sovereignty in many countries and which promotes the rise of populism, it is high time to apply the brakes. Western democracies need to regain control of their own fates, and there is only one tool that will allow them to do that: nations. […]

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Pechkoff (Pechkoff. Le manchot magnifique)

BIOGRAPHY Gorky’s adopted son, a hero of the Foreign Legion, a man of influence, a French ambassador, and a Don Juan, Zinovy Peshkov, a.k.a. the “Magnificent One-Armed Man” is a forgotten legend of the 20th century.  Nizhny-Novgorod, at the turn of the last century. A teenaged boy spends his days looking for trouble on the […]

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Micro-Reflections (Microréflexions. Une initiation à la philosophie)

ESSAY | PHILOSOPHY As a genre, micro-fiction is as old as literature itself. So why shouldn’t philosophy also initiate a concision revolution? Alexandre Lacroix takes advantage of the virtues of the short form in philosophy. These micro-reflections have two key points in their favor. To begin with, they are thrifty with words. Thus they spare […]

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The Amazons (Amazzoni)

HISTORICAL FICTION | DEBUT NOVEL AMAZZONI is the fruit of long research by the author on a largely unknown page of Italian history. In 1940, 13,000 children of colonized Libyans were brought to Italy on Mussolini’s orders, “invited” by him to spend a holiday in their home country – a holiday that was to turn […]

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