Laurence Tardieu is one of the strong and promising young writer of France having a sense for dynamic and dramatic story. In spite of searing story working with, she writes in an engrossing and simple style, without undue pathos, striking a sour chord. She mentioned the topic of maternity and loss of the child in work Before the Judgement, but only in prose Nothing Lasts, she succeed more convincingly to confront the bright side of life with shady side of life as well as the main characters are more realistic. At a first sight the simple legacy of prose is hiding an inspired idea and clear truth, that eternity is not time, but it is a depth accompanied by intense dizziness.
Vydavateľstvo Pectus, Košice 2008
paperback, number of pages: 112
format: 120 x 190 mm
VOC s DPH: 3,90 €
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