Ni d'Eve ni d'Adam by Amélie Nothomb

By Amélie Nothomb

«Stupeur et tremblements pourrait donner l’impression qu’au Japon, à l’âge adulte, j’ai seulement été los angeles plus désastreuse des employés. Ni d’Ève ni d’Adam révélera qu’à l. a. même époque et dans le même lieu, j’ai aussi été los angeles fiancée d’un Tokyoïte très singulier. »Amélie Nothomb.

« Il est remark, le nouveau Nothomb ? Très bon ! Moins railleuse, plus lumineuse, elle nous mène au sommet du mont-Fuji avec une sensibilité nouvelle. »Elle.
« Une écriture pleine d’élégance, de fantaisie... Envoûtant. »Valérie Gans McGarry, Madame Figaro.
« Peut-être le plus beau de ses romans. Parce qu'Amélie Nothomb renoue avec los angeles veine deStupeur et tremblements, l. a. plus personnelle, los angeles plus juste. Parce qu'en los angeles lisant, on rit, on pleure, on n'a qu'une envie : partir découvrir le Japon. »Tatiana de Rosnay, Psychologies.
« Comme d'habitude, vous allez vous ruer sur le nouveau roman d'Amélie Nothomb. Vous aurez raison. Tout en subtilités, exquises drôleries et cruautés culturelles. »Bernard Pivot, Le magazine du Dimanche.
« Dans los angeles droite ligne de Stupeur et tremblements. Décidément, le Japon réussit drôlement bien à Amélie ! »Stéphanie Janicot, Muze.
« Vrai, tendre, vif, émouvant. Réussi sur tous les plans. »Pierre Vavasseur,Le Parisien.
« Je l’ai lu avec un huge plaisir. »Michel Polac, Charlie Hebdo.
« Elle renoue avec sa veine tokyoïte et sa plus belle verve. Ses lecteurs ne s’en plaindront pas, surtout devant un tel millésime. »L’Express.
« Décidément très réussi. »Delphine Peras, Lire.
« Amélie Nothomb retrouve l. a. grâce de ses premiers livres. Le roman sans doute le plus intime de cette écrivain définitivement atypique. »Christine Rousseau, Le Monde.
« Un roman qui devrait ravir ses fidèles et nombreux lecteurs. Et asseoir un peu plus le singulier destin de son auteur. »Geneviève Simon, los angeles Libre Belgique.
« La légèreté est un don. Amélie l’a... Le lecteur s’amuse comme devant une photographie dont elle écrirait brillamment los angeles légende : los angeles sienne. »Brigitte Hernandez, Le Point.
« Décidément, le Japon réussit admirablement à Nothomb. »David Fontaine, Le Canard enchaîné.
« Délectable. »Télé Star.
« Amélie dilue un désespoir métaphysique dans son plaisir gourmet de los angeles littérature. C’est los angeles magie de toute son œuvre. »France Cavalié, Télé 7 Jours.
« Un bonheur communicatif. »Françoise Feuillet, Avantages.
« De l’intelligence, beaucoup d’intelligence. Une réussite ! »Femme Actuelle.
« AvecStupeur et tremblements, elle nous avait donné un very good roman. Elle récidive. »Paris-Match.
« Du très bon Nothomb : joyeux, pudique et vraiment drôle ! »Biba.
« Ne boudez pas Ni d’Ève ni d’Adamsous prétexte qu’il a immédiatement culminé au sommet des ventes. L’Amélie qu’on aime est de retour. »France 2.fr
« Formidable ! Un petit bijou d’humanité tendre et drôle. Le Plus beau récit d’Amélie. »Marie France.
« Nothomb renoue avec ce qui fait d’elle un auteur si singulier. On rit, on s’émeut. Et l’on brûle de partir sur ses traces. »Questions de femmes.
« Une delusion sur l’amour, l’alliage parfait de los angeles métaphysique et de l’ordinaire, de l’esprit et du corps. »Anthony Palou, Le Figaro Magazine.
« Merveilleusement pince-sans-rire. Une de ses plus belles réussites. »Jean-Claude Lebrun, L’Humanité.
« Elle est effrontée comme les plus grandes, de Jane Austen à A.S. Byatt, c’est-à-dire comme sans y toucher, mais en vrillant profond sous nos couches de conformisme, même celles qui se croient subversives... »Jacques de Decker, Le Soir(Belgique).
« Pas d’hésitation, lisez le nouveau Amélie. »Atmosphères.

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Shadows in the Cotswolds (The Cotswolds Mysteries, Book 11) by Rebecca Tope

By Rebecca Tope

Whilst Thea Osborne consents on the final minute to house-sit for Oliver Meadows as a prefer to her mom, she expects a couple of days of peace along with her spaniel, Hepzie. Uncomfortable with the scoop of her mother’s unexpected involvement with an past love, and Thea herself uncertain of ways to accommodate her emotions for Drew Slocombe, she hopes that your time on my own within the historical city of Winchcombe can assist to transparent her head. yet, as ordinary, Thea speedy reveals herself on the heart of a dismal secret while she discovers a useless physique within the gardens of the house.

In the most recent installment to the preferred Cotswolds sequence by means of Rebecca Tope, Thea needs to paintings speedy to solve the secrets and techniques that are being saved through Oliver Meadows and his brother, Fraser, and detect precisely what lies underneath the outside in their turbulent dating. And amidst the chaos as a result of the research, will Thea locate time to come to a decision how she should still take care of her personal difficulties too?

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The Good Doctor by Damon Galgut

By Damon Galgut

A strong, taut and severe story of a friendship overshadowed through betrayal, set opposed to the tawdry hopes and disappointments of a post-apartheid South Africa. while Laurence Waters arrives at his new publish at a abandoned rural health facility, employees surgeon Frank Eloff is immediately suspicious. Laurence is every thing Frank is not-young, confident, and entire of huge rules. the total city is beset with new arrivals and the go back of outdated faces. Frank reestablishes a liaison with a girl, person who may have unforeseen effects. A self-made dictator from apartheid days is rumored to be lively in cross-border smuggling, and a gaggle of squaddies has moved in to trace him, led through a guy from Frank's personal darkish prior. Laurence sees in simple terms possibilities-but in a global the place the prior is tough restitution from the current, his ill-starred idealism can't final.

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Tell-All by Chuck Palahniuk

By Chuck Palahniuk

The hyperactive love baby of Page Six and Whatever occurred to child Jane? stuck in a tawdry love triangle with The Fan. Even Kitty Kelly will blush.

Soaked, nay, marinated on the earth of classic Hollywood, Tell-All is a Sunset Boulevard–inflected homage to outdated Hollywood while Bette Davis and Joan Crawford governed the roost; a veritable Tourette’s syndrome of rat-tat-tat  name-dropping, from the A-list to the Z-list; and a merciless  send-up of Lillian Hellman’s behavior of butchering the fact that can have Mary McCarthy cheering from the past.

Our Thelma Ritter–ish narrator is Hazie Coogan, who for many years has tended to the oversized wishes of Katherine “Miss Kathie”  Kenton—veteran of a number of marriages, occupation comebacks, and beauty surgical procedures. yet hazard arrives with gentleman caller Webster Carlton Westward III, who worms his means into pass over Kathie’s middle (and boudoir). Hazie discovers that this bounder has already written a celeb tell-all memoir foretelling omit Kathie’s dying in a drawing close Lillian Hellman–penned musical extravaganza; because the physique count number mounts, Hazie needs to execute a plan to save lots of Katherine Kenton for her fans—and for posterity.

Tell-All is humorous, subversive, and fascinatingly smart. It’s wild, it’s depraved, it’s  bold-faced—it’s classic Chuck.

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Blood Trail (Gunsmith, Book 381) by J. R. Roberts

By J. R. Roberts

MAN OR MONSTER?

The sheriff of Effingham, Missouri, wishes Clint Adams’ aid to trap what's both a brutal killer or a wild animal. After seeing the corpse, Clint can’t think who—or what—could have so savagely mutilated the sufferer. yet Romanian immigrant Frederick Talbot is aware, and it truly is his accountability to seek down and wreck this predator.

For Talbot claims to be a vampire and werewolf hunter, and he believes this type of creatures him to the USA from the outdated state. The Gunsmith doesn’t think in superstitions, yet he’ll workforce up with Talbot and pack silver bullets rather than lead if it potential bringing a murderer—whether badman or beast—to justice…

OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!

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Heart of Oak: The Bolitho Novels #27 by Alexander Kent

By Alexander Kent

The battle with France led to 1818 and Captain Adam Bolitho is given command of the newly commissioned frigate Onward. he's despatched to North Africa on a diplomatic undertaking to accompany the French frigate Nautilus in a convey of unity. He is familiar with he's lucky—the voyage can be easy—but Adam longs for an opportunity to marry the attractive Lowenna and cool down at the Bolitho property in Cornwall. as an alternative he needs to care for the envy and ambition of his officials, hidden agendas between his males, and the previous enemy’s proximity. Then the Nautilus turns into a sacrificial supplying, and the quest is on for a treacherous foe. unexpectedly each guy needs to notice for himself even if the brotherhood of the ocean can go beyond outdated hatreds and an ocean of blood.

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Carry Yourself Back to Me by Deborah Reed

By Deborah Reed

Famed alt-country artist Annie Walsh has good enough cause to sing her model of the blues, together with a damaged middle, a stalled occupation, and a bothered relations. Annie seeks shelter from an upended love affair along with her manufacturer, Owen Pettybone, by way of sequestering herself at domestic along with her previous puppy Detour, surrounded through a lush Florida tangelo grove. quickly, even though, this quiet, small-town existence—far from recording studios, ardent lovers, and affairs of the heart—comes crashing down round her. A violent homicide hooked up to her brother Calder threatens to rip her relations aside and forces Annie to shore up her loyalties and uproot profound disappointments from her far away earlier. Like a superb and forlorn love ballad, the proficient, conflicted Annie lulls the reader right into a trip via love and loss that mines the mysterious, and, every now and then, paradoxical rhythms of the human heart.

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Matilda by Roald Dahl

By Roald Dahl

A l'âge de cinq ans, Matilda sait lire et a dévoré tous les classiques de l. a. littérature. Pourtant, son life est loin d'être facile, entre une mère indifférente, abrutie par los angeles télévision et un père d'une franche malhonnêteté. Sans oublier Mlle Legourdin, l. a. directrice de l'école, personnage redoutable qui voue à tous les enfants une haine implacable. Sous l. a. plume acerbe et tendre de Roald Dahl, les événements se précipitent, étranges, terribles, hilarants. Une imaginative and prescient décapante du monde des adultes !

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The Last Dancer (The Continuing Time, Book 3) by Daniel Keys Moran

By Daniel Keys Moran

Experiences for The stories of the continued Time

““Ambitious, successful... the stuff of excessive drama – fulfillment, tragedy, love, heroism, loyalty, desires – dealt with simply ... If Moran can maintain this up, he'll reward us with one of many maximum sequence in reminiscence. Don't miss.” – Tom Easton, Analog

“A positive, quickly ride.” – Locus

“Full of intrigue, excitingly provided opposed to an unique and well-thought out background.” – Asimov’s

The final Dancer is the 3rd quantity within the technology fiction epic stories of the continued Time.

The 12 months is 2076. 3 survivors of the Castanaveras genie bloodbath might help Occupied the United States have a good time her tricentennial in renewed revolution. For Trent the Uncatchable and dual telepaths, David and Denice, not anything is bound – no longer the longer term, no longer 60,000 years of human historical past, now not even their loyalty to every other.

Although Daniel Keys Moran’s 5-star rated paperbacks have lengthy been out of print, hardbound constrained versions are indexed as excessive as $400. All 4 books within the sequence, Emerald Eyes, the longer term, The final Dancer, and the long-awaited latest installment, The AI conflict: the massive advance at the moment are on sale as e-books.

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