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Bernard Werber’s “Ants” trilogy made him one of France’s most popular science fiction novelists in the 90s. The good news is that Les Thanatonautes is but the first novel of a long series so when you come to the ending, don’t be too sad, tuanatonautes are many more stories to come. Apr 05, Reda Chaoufi rated it it was amazing. Mar 02, betelgeuse rated it really liked it.
If one has heaped up bad karma, he makes it up with his next life.
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What is it, how does it work exactly, what happens after that, can we escape from it… Almost all religions and spiritual teachings speak of life after death, in Heaven or Hell of the particular religionor again on our Earth but in a different body, learning yet another lesson in the circle of reincarnations allotted to everyone. Or, it is just that Americans are not interested in this kind of story? Les Thanatonautes topic Les Thanatonautes English: One person found this helpful.
Mar 23, Mouse rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. I like inspiring books and this wasn’t.
Philosophical novels Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. But what happens when the President of a whole country goes through such an experience?
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Showing of 8 reviews. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Well, yes, but there was a real continent — with plains, trees, animals, aborigines! Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Preview — Les Thanatonautes by Bernard Werber. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. And when I said it was ‘clever’, Bernard Werber’s novels always are; he has a knack for teaching you things without your really noticing it. The book deals with the search for afterlife.
The lead seems to be a weak attempt of Everyman persona, bland and unpleasant. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Tad skaityti net nebaigiau. Open Books Language: Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Everything is written so clinically, so devoid thanatonautee enthusiasm.
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View all 3 comments. It’s so well-prescripted, considered and absolute.
He has a much harder start than people who have lived righteously. He is chiefly recognized for having written the trilogy Les Fourmis, the only one of his novels to have been published in English. 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. However, there are a couple of things about the story that are not as great as it could be.
You want to root tyanatonautes characters, not want to kill them. Sep 02, Claire rated it liked it. 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.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. His death was definitely the highlight of this narrative and afterwards I was struggling to finish the book. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It merely goes with the tide, not living, but semivegetating. Books by Bernard Werber. Werber’s depiction of society is painfully simplified, as if narrated by an egoistic child unable to imagine thanatonahtes point of view different than its own.
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Nov 28, El Haossasse rated it really liked it. And there is no lack of eager scientists. It is most logical that he should encourage research in this field.
Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. This is an in-cre-di-ble story of a group of people, the “thanatonautes” who experience the after-life in stages. This book is not as beautifully written as other books of Bernard Werber and is not as interesting to read, but it sure brings up more complex thantaonautes important questions.