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Starting with an account from the field written in an unrestrained tone by a practitioner dealing with a patient’s end of life, an unprecedented questioning on the deontology of a doctor and the intricacies of our hospital system.
The Child and the Concerto
An amateur pianist blends the present of a concert, recounted as it unfolds, and an inner monologue, with different episodes from the past and from his musical memories, and ends up telling the story of a life.
Jean-Baptiste Jeangène Vilmer, Céline Jurgensen
A cross-sectional approach: from the curious to the specialist, all audiences will find food for thought here. From fiction (cartoons, cinema…) to the military perspective, and including literary references, a great variety of subjects are broached.
A realistic and almost contemporary story that questions the progress of medicine and our quest for immortality.
Coralie Miller, Dominique Miller
Written by a mother and her daughter, a surprising work that launches the reader into fictional tremors while plunging him or her into the depths of analytical reflections on women and politics.
I Am the Crazy One
In the vein of his earlier work, the author, a true writer, speaks with great clarity about his mental state, and shares the excesses of it with humor and irony.
Tomorrow, You Will Be Immortal
A dystopia full of plot twists that enable us to imagine what might be the outcome and consequences of a world without death.
The Hidden Son of the Moon
A space odyssey combining suspense, surprise guests, horror, revenge, and even humor, with very well-documented scientific data.