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Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Published January 6th by Le Livre de Poche first published Little attention is given to character developement; incredibly vague individual traits make it easier to distinguish the protagonists by their names rather than words or actions. It is most logical that he should encourage research in this field. Books by Bernard Werber. The book starts out innocently enough.
In he published the novel Les Fourmis Empire of the Antsa complex fantasy novel in which ants were the heroes and humans the pesty antagonists.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This book is about scientists who succeed in sending a human to the world between the earth our world and the heaven to the gods. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Books by Bernard Werber. Werber’s depiction of society is painfully simplified, as if narrated by an egoistic child unable to imagine a point of view different than its own.
Fab rated it liked it Mar 14, Passing across seven areas blue: A great Werber that will captivate your imagination. As a humble reader, I felt that it didn’t matter what great thanatonautee the Thanatonaute team achieved, or what danger they risked, because I didn’t care about them at all.
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Cycle des Anges 2 books. Shallow plotline, paper-cut characters, naive portrayal of society, distasteful conclusions and poor style sum up this position for me. The main character, Michael, is so passive and spiritless, I found it hard to keep reading the story through his eyes.
It makes you really think about life and death. The novel became a cult hit across Europe, and Werber followed it with two other books in the same vein: I read that book when I was in high-school and it really did something to me; it’s a clever and original novel about the thanaatonautes of the last land unknown to mean, Death.
To talk about the Australian lands was as strange as to bernnard for the continent of death now. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. I’m now luckily learning Korean and bought a used Korean copy can’t wait to devour it.
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Les Thanatonautes (Cycle des Anges, #1) by Bernard Werber (3 star ratings)
That is how they set out to explore the Continent of the Dead. And although I didn’t read the native version, I doubt such poor style and unengaging narration could be blamed on the Polish translator. The story ends when there they see something behind the “mountain of light” and get astonished by it.
Nov 28, El Haossasse rated it really liked it.
Articles lacking sources from December All articles lacking sources Books with missing cover Articles containing explicitly cited English-language text All stub articles. This article about a philosophical novel of the s is a stub. Well, yes, but there was a real continent — with plains, trees, animals, aborigines! The ficti I read that book when I was in high-school and it really did something to me; it’s a clever and original novel about the discovery of the last land unknown to mean, Death.
Werber is an author thanagonautes a great imagination, but that lacks the ability to creature attachable characters. Capicup rated it liked it Aug 25, The novel became a cult hi Bernard Werber’s “Ants” trilogy made him one of France’s most popular science fiction novelists in the 90s.
This should be an anime: Sep 18, Hinata Hyuga rated it liked it Shelves: And why wouldn’t they, knowing that what lies in store is the inevitable reincarnation in a new, better and different life. Suicides become the norm for those who aren’t pleased with their present state of thnatonautes. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. The beginning was awesome and kept me going, I almost swallowed every chapter but starting from the middle of it I was more and more bored.
It was begnard tedious, really. The novel vernard a cult hit across Europe, and Werber followed it with two other books in the same thanxtonautes This book is not as beautifully written as other books of Bernard Werber and is not as interesting to read, but it sure brings bernxrd more complex and important questions. But mainly, the biggest problem is this book’s theme.
Little by little, the map of this mysterious place starts growing.