There’s a lot of good to be said about publishing, mainly about the food. The books, though - Robert Dubois feels as if he’s read the books, but still they keep coming back to him, the same old books just by new authors. Maybe he’s ready to settle into the end of his career, like it’s a tipsy afternoon after a working lunch. But then he is confronted with a gift: a piece of technology, a gizmo, a reader…
Dear Reader takes a wry, affectionate look at the world of publishing, books and authors, and is a very funny, moving story about the passing of the old and the excitement of the new.
’Poetic, satirical and delicate: here is a novel in urgent need of reading’ - L’Express
’All about the intense and carnal pleasures of reading’ - Telerama
’Delightfully satirical…[the] ultimate celebration of printed books’ - Le Monde
*review copy available for immediate download at Edelweiss