Cent millions d'années et un jour

Cent millions d'années et un jour

Une expédition en pleine montagne où chaque pas nous rapproche du rêve et de la folie. Après le succès de Ma reine, un deuxième roman à couper le souffle....

Title:Cent millions d'années et un jour
Edition Language:French
ISBN:9782378800765
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    Cent millions d'années et un jour Reviews

  • Tom Mooney

    Really enjoyable literary adventure novel. A great book for climbers, dreamers, those with an interest in paleontology. Or, really, anyone whose ever had that burning sense of adventure but never done...

  • Kelly

    For a short book, this is a truly spectacular piece of literature. The lyricism is incredibly special and the story just invokes so much emotion. Not only does it look at ambition and the lengths peop...

  • Eric Anderson

    Is it noble to sacrifice the security of a stable life to chase a dream or is it madness? At first it seems utterly foolish for Stan, a middle-aged palaeontologist and professor in Paris, to go search...

  • Tripfiction

    A story of mountains and DOLOMITESIt’s the mid 1950s and Stan, a paleontologist, has gathered together a team. He has heard tell of the remains of a dinosaur, a dragon, secreted in a cave high up on...

  • Andy Weston

    There's a combination of fortunate circumstances that allow for Andrea's premis here; but if you're prepared to accept those, this is an entertaining read with the spectacular setting of the high Fren...

  • Rebecca

    Stanislas Armengol remembers finding his first trilobite at the age of six. His fossils and his dog were his best friends during a lonely childhood dominated by a violent father nicknamed “The Comma...

  • Kelly Lacey

    Review by Kelly Lacey I wasn’t sure what to expect from the book but what it gave me was an unforgettable, emotional and deeply moving adventure. As I closed the last page I felt like I had just wat...

  • Carla

    Since he was a child, Stan has always felt fascinated by fossils. Lacking friends and with a turbulent family life, he used to find in stone, amber and ancient specimens the companions he never had. N...

  • Christine

    Disclaimer: ARC via LibraryThing giveaway. This is the type of book you did not know you wanted to read until you read it. Parts of the book are haunting beautiful, and the book itself is one of those...

  • Charline

    Thank you to the publisher Gallic Books for the gifted copy of their latest offering for an honest review. This novel by Jean-Baptiste Andrea, translated by Sam Taylor, is an unexpected gem. Released ...