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1/2Murielle Szac - Olivia Sautreuil, The novel of Artemis, The ippoccampo2/2Murielle Szac - Olivia Sautreuil, The novel of Artemis, The ippoccampo
Murielle Szac – Olivia Sautreuil, The novel of Artemis, The ippoccampo
Finally a classy edition and almost contemptuous that makes justice to a voice and a narrative really worth. The novel of Artemis, in fact, unlike the previous volume, The adventures of Hermes, god of thieves, which looks rather humble – that does not reflect in the slightest the excellent work of Murielle Szac – ago perceive the value of a mythological tale, meticulously researched and told. As in Hermes, the characteristics of the editing and the narrative structure is woven to allow this story to unravel a universe of myths, episodes, and stories that go beyond the single story of Artemis, giving a novel articulated wide-ranging. Unlike the predecessor you will notice a change in tone and narrative: the voice enchanted, amazed, almost perpetually enthusiastic of Hermes is transformed by witnessing an interesting ability immedesimativa of the author – in that a Artemide restless, never pays, untamed, and impatient (at times) towards a world dominated by male figures. An adventure and big wide, a novel enriched by illustrations and precious and perfect of a talented Olivia Sautreuil. A female voice interesting, novel, complex, and intriguing as only the myth knows to be, when it is told well.
From 8 years old.
The article will be Short seems to be the first on a low Shelf.