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  • Paperback
  • 371
  • Entre ciel et terre Vango #1
  • Timothée de Fombelle
  • French
  • 19 August 2019
  • 9782070631247

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Free download Entre ciel et terre Vango #1 é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Timothée de Fombelle Et romantiue une aventure haletante envoûtante empreinte d'humour et de poésie Timothée de Fombelle signe de nouveau un grand roman après le succès international de Tobie Lolnes. Outside Notre Dame a group of men who were about to become ordained priests are lying facedown on the cobbled stones A group of policemen led by one superintendent Boulard are making their way through the crowd searching for one 19 year old man Just then one of the seminarians stood up He wasn t very tall His robe was weighed down with the rain His face was streaming He turned full circle in the midst of so many bodies none of which moved On every side plain clothes policemen emerged from the crowd and began to advance towards him The young man bought his hands together as if in prayer then let them fall to his sides The clouds in the sky were reflected in his eyes Vango Romano the superintendent called outThe boy nodded Thus begins Timoth e de Fombelle s book Vango Between Sky And Earth Originally published in 2010 in France Entre ciel et terre the English translation of the book by Sarah Ardizzone has only just been released this yearThe book begins in 1934 with Vango the main suspect in the murder of a priest After the confrontation at Notre Dame Vango is saved by a passing Zeppelin and goes on the run Vango s bid for escape will see him cross the skies to Germany and beyond and as his tale unravels and intersects with those around him his story backtracks to 1918 and the Aeolian Islands where he and his nurse found refuge as survivors of a shipwreck And then jumping ahead to 1925 and the discovery of a secret island called Arkudah then to 1929 when Vango found himself aboard the Graf Zeppelin for the World Tour and met a young Scottish heiress who he d never be able to forget and finally circling back to the 1930s as Vango comes to realise his life long paranoia may be grounded in a frightening realityTimoth e de Fombelle was a playwright before becoming an author In 2006 he released his debut novel the first book in children s series Toby Lolness and met great success the Toby books have since been translated into 29 languages and the first book is being made into a movie With his second series Vango de Fombelle has once again proven himself here is a breathtaking new series woven around an international murder mystery peppered with historic characters grand events and featuring one of the most fantastically compelling protagonistsI knew after about three pages that Vango would be a favourite book of 2013 for me never mind that it was first published technically in 2010 and I was 100% right Timoth e de Fombelle s playwright roots shine throughout the book but never so than in the exhilarating and beautifully staged opening chapter Notre Dame de Paris setting police charging through a crowd who had gathered to watch young men become priests and an accused murderer among them I knew I was hooked because as the lovely character of Ethel notes I like the idea of a priest who climbs cathedrals to escape the police Even before Vango scaled the side of Notre Dame to escape police superintendent Boulard by hitching a ride on a passing Zeppelin de Fombelle had me hooked even with the minor details in such an extravagant set up like young Scottish miss Ethel who was in the crowd watching Vango being ordained with a tear in her eye From that first explosive opening chapter de Fombelle plays with pace and flashbacks like a true virtuoso Now a fugitive Vango starts backtracking through his life to pinpoint when the danger began he has been forever paranoid always afraid of being followed or monitored and now recent events have proven him horribly right Part of the charm of Vango Between Sky And Earth is how de Fombelle has manipulated history for his story The author plucks historic figures from the depths of time and turns them into characters like Hugo Eckener commander of the Graf Zeppelin who de Fombelle has written as a great friend of Vango s they met on the 1929 World Tour and as a uick witted if uiet protestor to Hitler s increasing regime There are also snippets of story told from the perspective of young girl Svetlana who turns out to be Svetlana Alliluyeva Josef Stalin s daughter These historic guess who s never felt clunky but were a wonderfully natural mix in the storytelling And the storytelling is marvellous From a mysterious young woman called simply The Cat to Russian spies and hidden islands Vango is like no other story you would have ever read It s like a hyper coloured espionage spy thriller with backwards and forwards timeline a charmingly paranoid protagonist some heart clutching romance and a cliffhanger you ll happily topple into I was so happy to get to the end of this book and discover that despite the seuel Un prince sans royaume having been released in France back in 2011 the English translation of A Prince Without a Kingdom is coming in 2014 Thank God

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Free download Entre ciel et terre Vango #1 é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Timothée de Fombelle Paris 1934 Devant Notre Dame une poursuite s'engage au milieu de la foule Le jeune Vango doit fuir Fuir la police ui l'accuse fuir les forces mystérieuses ui le trauent Vango ne sait. Pirates Russian aristocracy zepellins mysterious monks Nazis and family secrets A real adventure all set in Europe between the world wars Vango is washed ashore on a small island off the coast of Sicily with Mademoiselle and grows up in a safe environment as a wild child of the outdoors eventually discovering a secretive group of monks on a nearby island With little companionship except from the mysterious Mademoiselle Vango decides he wants to join the monks but the leader forces him to learn something of the real world before escaping it Vango gets much than he expected travelling the world in a zeppelin and getting into a heap of unexplained trouble I hope the second book allows us to learn about Vango who is still much of a mystery after 421 pagesI recommend reading Sam s review at which is better than mine

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Free download Entre ciel et terre Vango #1 é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Timothée de Fombelle Pas ui il est Son passé cache de lourds secrets Des îles siciliennes aux brouillards de l'Ecosse tandis u'enfle le bruit de la guerre Vango cherche sa véritéUn héros inoubliable. Vango issurrealengagingpoignantdelightfula beautifully written piece of literature with fascinating characters and captivating scenarios set in one of the most critical periods of world historyIt is fractured yet fluid sweet yet terrible It is both modern and timeless confusing and perfectly sensibleIt will lead you on a chase through time and place confuse you make you pause and think hard and then show you in the simplest of ways what you were missingI read this under the impression that it is a young adult novel if so it is one of the most mature I have picked up in a long time not in a graphic sort of way but thematically linguistically emotionally We are introduced to a hero suffering a crisis of identity but his is not like those we see in American schools and towns Vango does not attend a high school he has no plans to go to university he has no friends of the conventional sort and he has decided at the age of 19 what to do with the rest of his life Circumstances prevent this story from being short and sweet Vango s plans are destroyed and his apparent paranoia proved valid The novel is written in a then and now format with lyrical narration and uick dialogue and lots of tiny little plot twists de Fombelle employs a uirky plot device in his suspense building I don t know what to call it Several times I was tricked into thinking one event was about to happen only to have it turned on its head by some word play at the last moment Each time I was surprised and delighted for me the trick never got old This book is utterly unpredictablePerhaps some of the novel s appeal comes from the mere fact of its foreignness my version is a translation and I have to wonder what components of the original are irretrievable to an English speaking audienceRegardless the overall effect of the story is reminiscent of being in a dream I often had the sense of being suspended in a non reality whilst reading though the details were at times gritty and the characters certainly real and believable enough Vango has a uality akin to Alice meeting Peter Pan in his world of rooftops and stars but they ve both gone through the looking glass to get there I want to reread and to ponder I want to study each character and find the symbolism that must be written in Vango is touching he will make you think I will highly recommend this story to my rabid readers to those who love both the classics and the modern to those who cannot get enough to read to those who want their books to impact their daily lives and not to fade from the mind when the final page is turned