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IL Y A TANT D’AURORES QUI N’ONT PAS ENCORE LUI

Eric de Kermel

  • Original Title: IL Y A TANT D’AURORES QUI N’ONT PAS ENCORE LUI
  • Publication date: October 2018
  • Publisher: Le Passeur
  • Country: FR
  • 304 print pages
  • Suspense/Investigation

Information

  • Epoch: Mixed
  • Time Period: 20th century, 21th century, World War II
  • Location setting: Brazil, France, Tanzania
  • Themes: PEOPLE facing life, Search for origins, Search for the truth, PEOPLE facing the extraordinary, Rivalry, SOCIETY DYSFUNCTIONS, Violence, War and other conflicts, Identity crisis, Initiation journey

Pitch

Paul, 40, was raised in an orphanage and doesn't know who his parents were. He has a strange mark on his back, which seems to spell "0/XY". He starts investigating on the meaning of his mark and discovers that it coincides with the name of a secret file written by an important geneticist.

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Eric de Kermel is a French writer and the CEO of Bayard Nature et Territoire.

Summary

At the time of the narration, Paul is 40 years old. He never met his parents and he does not know when his precise birthday is. In fact, he was raised in an orphanage where he was left when he was just a few months old. He has a strange mark on his back, which seems to spell 0/XY. Once he becomes an adult, he starts investigating on the meaning of his mark and he discovers that it coincides with the name of a secret file written by an important geneticist, before dying. Since he works as a pilot, he has the chance to travel the world and keeps looking for the answers he longs for. He discovers that, 40 years before, two researchers, Hans and Matilda, used to make experiments to create fetuses in vitro, and a kind of long-life elixir. The information about these two people stops abruptly, as if something happened, and their research remains without a conclusion.

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