[[ Reading ]] ➿ Le Mystère Henri Pick Author David Foenkinos – Vejega.info

[[ Reading ]] ➿ Le Mystère Henri Pick Author David Foenkinos – Vejega.info En Bretagne, Un Biblioth Caire D Cide De Recueillir Tous Les Livres Refus S Par Les Diteurs Ainsi, Il Re Oit Toutes Sortes De Manuscrits Parmi Ceux Ci, Une Jeune Ditrice D Couvre Ce Qu Elle Estime Tre Un Chef D Uvre, Crit Par Un Certain Henri Pick Elle Part La Recherche De L Crivain Et Apprend Qu Il Est Mort Deux Ans Auparavant Selon Sa Veuve, Il N A Jamais Lu Un Livre Ni Crit Autre Chose Que Des Listes De Courses Aurait Il Eu Une Vie Secr Te Aur Ol De Ce Myst Re, Le Livre De Pick Va Devenir Un Grand Succ S Et Aura Des Cons Quences Tonnantes Sur Le Monde Litt Raire Il Va Galement Changer Le Destin De Nombreuses Personnes, Notamment Celui De Jean Michel Rouche, Un Journaliste Obstin Qui Doute De La Version Officielle Et Si Toute Cette Publication N Tait Qu Une Machination R Cit D Une Enqu Te Litt Raire Pleine De Suspense, Cette Com Die P Tillante Offre Aussi La Preuve Qu Un Roman Peut Bouleverser L Existence De Ses Lecteurs

10 thoughts on “Le Mystère Henri Pick

  1. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    Inspired by a Richard Brautigan short story, the librarian of the small town of Crozon in Brittany creates a sanctuary for manuscripts that have been rejected for publication Years later, a young Parisian editor visiting her parents discovers this secret library and stumbles across a brilliant manuscript The Last Hours of a Love Affair by Henri Pick, a now deceased local pizza chef But coul

  2. Susan Susan says:

    This is a charming, literary mystery, which revolves around a library of rejected books This is, of course, a delightful idea for all book lovers a library of, the world s literary orphans When one of these titles, written by a deceased cook, becomes a huge success, it leads to an investigation into how the mysterious author could have penned this brilliant novel There are an enormous amount of char

  3. Eleri Eleri says:

    This is very much my kind of book It s a sweet little mystery full of surprising turns that leave you hanging right till the very end It s very cleverly written, in a deceptively simple style and matter of fact tone All the way through we have this nagging feeling that something doesn t add up but find it difficult to distrust such an open and honest narrative voice I had initially guessed at the ending, but

  4. Tripfiction Tripfiction says:

    Charming novel set in BRITTANY The Last Hours of a Love Affair Who doesn t love a feel good novel that revolves around books In Brittany there is a library that stocks the books that nobody wants It is of course an American idea A chap called Jean Pierre Couvrec set up a library as a tribute to Richard Brautigan look him up where authors can deposit their books that have been rejected by publishers The scene is set.D

  5. Kirsty Kirsty says:

    I read French author David Foenkinos engaging novella, Charlotte, several years ago, and whilst I intended to pick upof his work in the interim, I somehow never got around to doing so The Mystery of Henri Pick, freshly translated into English, sounded like an interesting literary romp, and the fact that it is part of a new Walter Presents series at Pushkin Press intrigued me further.In the small town of Crozon in Brittany, a

  6. Kasa Cotugno Kasa Cotugno says:

    This first publication in a collaborative series between Pushkin Press and Walter Iuzzolino, aka Walter Presents, holds early promise I have been a fan of the Walter Presents selections viaPrime , in which he curates international tv series for American viewing, and applaud his branching out into books This is not the deepest or most intellectually challenging of stories, but one which is very entertaining and which pays homage to unp

  7. Stephen Durrant Stephen Durrant says:

    A page turner a feature much to be desired for working on French A manuscript of a novel is found in a obscure Breton village library The author is a local pizza caf owner and cook named Henri Pick, now deceased No evidence exists that Pick ever wrote anything beyond a semi literate letter to his daughter The manuscript is published by a prominent Parisian publishing house and immediately becomes a best seller, the story of its mysterious orig

  8. Veronika Veronika says:

    Such a lovely, refreshing book Love letter to all unpublished books and forgotten authors I loved Davin Foenkinos s writing style, the book never got boring The characters felt very real, even if there were just a little glimpses into their lives And David totally got me with that ending, I didn t expect the plot twist at all Now I am going to borrow some of his other books from the library

  9. Thebooktrail Thebooktrail says:

    Short review What a refreshing, fun, mystery All about books, the world of books Very French and very fresh Loved it Booktrail the locations in the novel hereThis book made me smile in so many ways It s a twisty turny mystery set in a lovely French village in a place called the Library of Rejected Books At first sight it reminded me of the Cemetery of Forgotten Books, but this isof a home for rejected manuscripts and writers Apparently there s a real one in Nor

  10. Caroline Middleton Caroline Middleton says:

    Utterly charming, this is a novel about novels specifically, a cantankerous, puzzle of a novel whose origins don t seem to match the facts could pizzeria owner, Henri Pick, a man who never read a book in his life, have penned a modern masterpiece and left it in the stacks of a library for rejected manuscripts It starts off strongly, Foenkinos using footnotes to enhance the personalities of the many different characters that feature in this meandering tale, usually at th

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