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The Mule and the Boar. Football, Meditation and Adventure! (La Mule et le Sanglier)

COMICS On June 23rd 2018, twelve boys and their 25-year-old coach – all on the Wild Boars football team from a province in northern Thailand – disappeared inside the Tham Luang cave system, one of the largest and most mysterious ones in the country. An unprecedented rescue operation involving 10,000 volunteers from Thailand and around […]

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The King of the Mountain (Le Roi de la Montagne)

INDIAN PHILOSOPHY | SPIRITUALITY [T]hanks to Martine’s […] access, research, and insight, I will learn much more about this crucially important Dusadh general, king, and god. He is central to the lives of millions of people in India, and should be much better known and appreciated internationally.  […] It is an important step in expanding the […]

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Stranger Among the Living (Étranger Parmi les Vifs)

EPIC LITERARY FICTION (second volume in a five-book series) A book about war, land and what it means to be human After having established a millennial décor, the monster-book is back. Right now. It makes us test ourselves, our anxieties and absurdities…. in a nutshell, our meaning. A veritable literary world is born. Inspired, awe-inspiring, and… […]

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Suzanne’s Mirrors (Les Miroirs de Suzanne)

LITERARY FICTION A novel about memory, adolescence and first love. Suzanne is forty, she leads a quiet life with her husband and two children. One morning, their apartment is burgled and her teenage diary is nowhere to be found. In that diary, Suzanne poured her heart out about her burning love for Antoine – a […]

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Like Beasts in the Sheets (Comme des bêtes – Les animaux au lit)

ANIMALS Following her passion for the animal world, Caroline Lepage has written many books on many animal-related topics. This time, she decided to focus of the different mating habits of more than 100 animal species! Hedgehogs, lizards, whales, pandas, slugs, kangaroos… Her book is a compendium of all fauna based on their performances in the […]

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The Best for Everyone (Het beste voor iedereen)

FICTION Stella is a clever, lively, sharp-witted young woman, but she also suffers from Borderline Personality Disorder and, despite many years of therapy, she can’t seem to leave her past behind. At twenty-seven, she turns to Ender, an organisation that would help her obtain deadly drugs. There, she meets Milou, a young filmmaker who wants […]

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The Handbook of Public Speaking (Petit manuel à l’usage de ceux pour qui l’oral est un cauchemar)

PRACTICAL GUIDE| PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT  Public speaking is the foundation of our personal and professional development. It is necessary on a daily basis in our relations with others, but also to succeed in life – from oral tests in High School to job interviews. However, public speaking is not taught at school, so it’s no surprise […]

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Kaf

DEBUT NOVEL A sparkling novel dealing with love, loss, regret and the longing for another life A road trip to Italy raises doubts about the life path to be chosen Intricately composed with short, alternating chapters that create a mosaic of life The debut novel of a literary talent which is know for his publications […]

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Pineapple (Ananas)

NON-FICTION Telling a story in the most beautiful way possible is Lex Boon’s trademark. —NieuweJournalistiek.nl Put pineapple on a pizza or a grilled cheese and you’ve got yourself a ‘Hawaii’! But why? Ask Prince Pineapple, also known as Lex Boon.  — NPO Radio 2 What an awesome book […] I didn’t know that a non-fiction title […]

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Kiss (Kus)

LITERARY FICTION Delicate… beautiful, serene images… exceptional sensitivity for the fragility and transience of life.— Groene Amsterdammer Original father-son novel… very well done. — NRC Rare poetic strength… fascinating, rich and comforting. — Nederlands Dagblad Impressive novel… tightly composed… full of subtle literary references. — Literair Nederland Room 11, intensive care, children’s ward. A father keeps […]

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