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From then, people start living by doing only good deeds but this was crashed by a woman who wanted to disturbed the Thanatonautes. Feb 11, Stacy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Werber began studying journalism in in Paris, where he discovered the work of sci-fi writer Philip K.
Raoul, the only likable character among this copy-paste charade, catches the eye, but nothing is done to maintain reader’s interest in bernafd.
Sep 02, Claire rated less liked it. In the beginning, as in every experiment, the death toll is high, but soon come the first successes.
Passing across seven areas blue: Not to mention the depressing characters. The book is scattered regularly with a number of different sacred texts drawn from mythologyreligionand cosmogony from all over the world to highlight how each thxnatonautes these points of view resemble each other and tell the same story just with different words and symbols.
It merely goes with the tide, not living, but semivegetating.
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You want to root for characters, not want to kill them. What is it, how does it work exactly, what happens after that, can we escape from it… Almost all religions and spiritual teachings speak of life after death, in Heaven or Hell of the particular religionor bernaed on our Earth but in a different body, learning yet another lesson in thanatobautes circle of reincarnations allotted to everyone. A great Werber that will captivate your imagination.
My first warning should have been slightly archaic vocabulary and patronising style, but I brushed it off as part of the convention Voyager dans la mort pour comprendre l’importance de la vie? Quotes from Les Thanatonautes. The good news is that Les Thanatonautes is but the first novel of a long series so when you come to the ending, don’t be too sad, there are many more stories to come.
There came a thnaatonautes when they declared what is beyond in zone between the earth and the heaven and they revealed the fact that there is a division between bad people and good people.
People become better, yet not because this is their way but because of petty selfishness. It makes the story so much more intense somehow Goodreads helps thanatonauhes keep track of books you want thanatonautees read.
The author is merely reporting events and there is little attempt to fascinate the reader. Refresh and try again. This should be an anime: I would like to be friends with one of the scientist, Michel, the main character, because he is very smart and interested in weird topics such as death.
Les Thanatonautes (Cycle des anges, #1) by Bernard Werber
So much death and not one sentiment was triggered in my body. So, I don’t think it’s a bad book, it’s just not for me. Still, in order to ask the right question, you must wwerber know the larger part of the answer.
Jul 12, Santiago rated it liked it Shelves: View all 3 comments. A thanatonautes has to win this seduction and come back weeber earth to tell the scientists about what he saw. Want to Read saving…. However, its appeal is later mercilessly watered down until the absurdity takes over, shattering any immersion the reader could develop in the first part of the book. In doing these explorations the thanatonautes voluntarily risk their lives to discover the mysteries of death.
Bernard Werber’s “Ants” trilogy made him one of France’s most popular science fiction novelists in the 90s. Confirmed materialists and atheists strongly deny the possibility of a world beyond the grave.
And maybe the truth is out there, somewhere in the middle… Well, in his book Bernard Werber tries to present his point of view. Everything is written so clinically, so devoid of enthusiasm. The title of the book was so promising, that I decided to read it.