Le jour des fourmis [B. Werber Bernard Werber] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. pages. poche. Broché. Le temps que vous lisiez ces lignes, sept cents millions de fourmis seront nées Le Jour Des Fourmis (Le Livre de Poche) (French Edition) by Bernard Werber. Elles sont un milliard de milliards. Nous les remarquons à peine, elles nous guettent pourtant depuis longtemps. Pour certaines, nous sommes des Dieux.
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Meanwhile, strange murders are happening in the city of Paris, when several producers of insecticides are found dead in peculiar circumstances with no explanation of how the murders were committed.
Jul 12, Robert rated it liked it.
Bernard Werber’s “Ants” trilogy made him one of France’s most popular science fiction novelists in the 90s. I just read the first part of the whole series and i have just one single thing to say: Concerning the ants’s part characters are recognized by very long numbers which is really ebrnard pain in the ass to remember in order to follow the rest of the tale.
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A year has passed since the time of the first novel. I never really care about this creature but after i do pay attention to every single one.
J’attends de lire la suite. One of the most amazing books I’ve read!
La Trilogie des Fourmis
Since a new queen has been in charge in the ant nest, the supplies of food given by the ants to the humans are growing increasingly smaller. I know some of them were exaggerated to suit the fiction, but the fiction and facts were so well combined lee that the book turned into a great philosophical read.
Maude rated it really liked it Jan 24, Dec 19, Steven McCallum rated it it was amazing. Le Jour des fourmis English: Refresh and try again. I couldn’t stop wondering: Many great thoughts too, much wisdom! By trying to remember the ant’s number and to understand the rest of the story, your brain will be tired enough to get some sleep, seriously: Anahit rated it liked it Apr 30, Thanks for telling us about the problem.
I could only find the first book in the series, but it was very good science, and very good foumis. Werber began studying journalism in in Paris, where he discovered the work of sci-fi writer Philip K.
Concerning the adult part, the author didn’t put that much effort on it he worked more in th I just read the first part of the whole series and i have just one single thing to say: Concerning the adult part, the author didn’t put that much effort on it he worked more in the ant’s part which I really consider a bad thing because it was the most interesting part in the whole story.
Published January 27th by Livre de Poche first published November 1st This werbeer was last edited on 25 Marchat The novel became a cult hi Bernard Werber’s “Ants” trilogy made him one of France’s bernqrd popular science fiction novelists in the 90s. La Trilogie des Fourmis. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Samie Dunand-Vincent rated it liked it Jan 29, Worth a look, especially in the original French.
Great description of ants’ life, one could learn so many things about these incredible beings! The story was divided in two parts: Further suggestions might be found on the article’s talk page.
Open Preview See a Problem? I really didn’t like the book. Kurea rated it liked it Oct formis, This book takes very much time to read, and the reader easily forgets what is going on, even if the type write was technically okay, the rest of the author’s work is really bad: Great book in great book style. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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