Discussion / Lecture|Grouping
Patrick Lagneau is an eclectic novelist who always brings in his wake an audience focused on the imagination and travel. And no need to fly! Just take one of his books in which he embarks you for destinations built on multiple experiences: hypnotism (Strange migraines), his own readings on travel in time that forged his taste of science fiction (Archibald Goustoquet's Voyages temporels), screenwriting and filmmaking in the service of suspense in detective novels (White page for black romance, You will not tattoo) or the thriller (44 years without you). Not to mention a small dose of fantasy for wrapping passion and love (The small box of alabaster), the quest for lost values of society (4857, Mao Zedong Avenue), the industrial historical heritage (The Photographer Paulilles) . So ... have a good trip!