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“Romans noirs” collection
Three neighbourhood teenagers are looking for their path. Samia dreams of becoming a writer while her brother Sohan is attracted to religious extremism. Their friend Abby prefers to be a bad boy. When a mysterious stranger who has just moved into their building is attacked, their destiny changes.
Sylvie Callet is a writer, trainer, designer and facilitator of writing workshops. Born in 1965 in Paris in a modest environment, she keeps strong links with the Var department where she spent her childhood and adolescence. She lives with her sculptor husband in Villefranche-sur-Saône, where she created the association “Écriture & Papyrus” in 2002.Through her writing,
Sylvie Callet is keen to give a voice to those who are wrongly called the “petites gens” (simple people) and, rightly too often, “the invisible”. In particular, in 2016 she won the Handi-Livres special mention prize for her book Les murs noirs, which recounts the cloistered life of the “incurable girls” of Ainay, in Lyon. In fiction, her tastes are very eclectic but she is particularly fond of the genres of detective stories and noir novels, these mirrors of social life that feature ordinary people.
Novel n°10 in the “Romans noirs” collection