L'Ame du Temple, Tome 1 Le livre du cercle Amazon.fr Robyn Young, Maxime Berrée Livres. L'Ame du Temple, Tome 2 La Pierre Noire Amazon.fr Robyn Young, Maxime Berrée Livres. La guerre des trois Henri, Tome 1 Les rapines du duc de Guise Amazon.fr Jean d' Aillon Livres. Le passeur par Lois Lowry LibraryThing en français. Les Piliers de la Terre Amazon.fr Ken Follett, Jean Rosenthal Livres. Michael Moorcock LibraryThing en français. Friday, January 23 at 7PM Award-Winning Sci Fi/Fantasy Author Michael Moorcock speaking & signing The Whispering Swarm Neil Gaiman, Alan Moore, and Michael Chabon all cite Michael Moorcock as a major influence.
His literary flair and grand sense of adventure have been evident since his controversial first novel Behold the Man. Tonight, Moorcock presents his first independent novel in nine years, the first in a fantastical and autobiographical trilogy that will follow a young man named Michael as he simultaneously discovers himself and a secret realm hidden deep in the heart of London. Location: Street: 603 N Lamar Blvd City: Austin, Province: Texas Postal Code: 78703-5413 Country: United States (ajouté depuis IndieBound)… (plus d'informations)
Prisonniers du temps par Michael Crichton LibraryThing en français. Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0345417623, Mass Market Paperback) When you step into a time machine, fax yourself through a "quantum foam wormhole," and step out in feudal France circa 1357, be very, very afraid.
If you aren't strapped back in precisely 37 hours after your visit begins, you'll miss the quantum bus back to 1999 and be stranded in a civil war, caught between crafty abbots, mad lords, and peasant bandits all eager to cut your throat. You'll also have to dodge catapults that hurl sizzling pitch over castle battlements. On the social front, you should avoid provoking "the butcher of Crecy" or Sir Oliver may lop your head off with a swoosh of his broadsword or cage and immerse you in "Milady's Bath," a brackish dungeon pit into which live rats are tossed now and then for prisoners to eat.
This is the plight of the heroes of Timeline, Michael Crichton's thriller. Hilary Mantel's Bring up the Bodies wins Costa prize after unanimous vote. The unstoppable Hilary Mantel has added another award to her astonishing haul of major literary prizes when judges at a ceremony in London unanimously named Bring up the Bodies the 2012 Costa book of the year.
Mantel became the first novelist to win both the Man Booker and the Costa prize when a nine-strong judging panel took less than an hour to decide that her thrilling, gripping and bloody second instalment of her Thomas Cromwell trilogy was a clear winner. It was perhaps the least surprising result in the prize's history. The chair of judges, Dame Jenni Murray, said: "One book simply stood head and shoulders, more than head and shoulders … on stilts, above the rest. We had a really good discussion, like being at a high-powered book club, and I said, 'OK, let's have a vote on Bring up the Bodies' and every hand went up.
" Murray admitted it was a tricky prize to judge, as one is choosing between different genres. Murray said everything they read was "immensely pleasurable". Hilary Mantel: nouvelle reine d'Angleterre - Lire. Auteurs de science-fiction - Wikipédia. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
Cette liste référence les auteurs de science-fiction par langue et ordre alphabétique. Auteurs francophones[modifier | modifier le code] Paul d'Ivoi (1856-1915) Auteurs anglophones[modifier | modifier le code] K. John Taine (1883-1960)William Tenn (1920-2010)Walter Tevis (1928-1984)Robert ThurstonJames Tiptree Jr (1915-1987)Karen TravissEdwin Charles Tubb (1919-2010)Harry Turtledove (1949- ), auteur de nombreux cycles d'uchroniesMark Twain (1835-1910) Auteurs italophones[modifier | modifier le code] Auteurs germanophones[modifier | modifier le code] Auteurs hispanophones[modifier | modifier le code]