"While technicians are busy in his church to prepare the television broadcast of his funeral ceremony, Father Duflot no longer controls his stress.Outside, on the church square a crowd of anonymous continues to to enlarge its ranks Politicians and personalities from all over the world are expected The death of Achilles has upset the whole of humanity.Our priest may look up to the sky, he must alone face his anxieties but also to his reminiscences, he remembers his young, upset comrade going through the film of their adventure from the first day, the silhouette of Achilles, his swaying, his false assurance, his verve and the anger with which he had seen him. To leave his church at their first meeting, as dazzling as their connivance was, the death of Achilles had left our priest ko.Humanity, the world had seen the young Achilles and the Isaac Circus comm. A rainbow of planetary hope, isolated in his office, just minutes from the beginning of the ceremony, the abbot opens an old box of scrap biscuits and springs a stream of leaves. Each of them plunges the abbot into emotion and reveals the path of an extraordinary human. "
France turns its back on its suburbs. Yet, they hold the talents and vital force that the entire country needs. Misery and violence sometimes weigh heavily on a life. But they do not prevent you from dreaming, neither from creating, and above all from loving. It's almost always love that allows you to overcome them and end up making them forget. I am pleased, as author and president of Terhoma, to begin our editions with a novel of the kind of Isaac Circus. I invite you to dive into a sometimes difficult world but extremely rich in human adventures.
I promise you, reading this novel, smiles, laughter, strong emotions and certainly tears.
(210mmX140mm format) 272 pages
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