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In this classic love story featuring passion, jealousy and murder, and set in pre-World War...
Isabelle's Notebooks
Following the love story of painter Joseph Légaré's niece, Isabelle Forest, and novelist Philippe Aubert...
The Daughter of Christopher Columbus
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The Blue Whale
The captivating story of a close encounter between a whale and a woman told from...
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A novel about seduction, which borrows from the detective genre and the psychological novel, offers...
God's Zoo captures the brutality of the Second World War in Eastern Europe, told through the eyes of young Fenix, a boy who lives in the small Hungarian-Czechoslovak city of Ipolyság. Fenix lives in a loveless world, abused by his cold, materialistic mother, and neglected by his often absent father. He seeks refuge in the care of Judit, a young woman who works as a nanny and servant in the family home. Judit and Fenix form a deep and complex bond that is at once familial and erotic, embodying friendship, kinship, motherhood, romantic love, and sexuality. Together, they bear witness...

"He has noticed it more than once: whether or not his past was happy, returning to it is always painful. The happy moments, because they are lost; the difficult ones, because of the pain they revive. Most of the time, he tries to evade them, but, inexorably, they return."
God's Zoo

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