From manga to novels, including comics, discover 50 favorite books of the French
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From manga to novels, including comics, discover 50 favorite books of the French

A massive device imagined by France Télévisions and BBC Studios launched in the spring to allow the French to choose their favorite book, without any pre-set list. The only limit: the book had to be translated into French. An opportunity for France Télévisions, for “Highlighting the great richness and diversity of our literary heritage”says the press release.

Tens of thousands of French people of all ages have expressed their choice, providing a rich and varied panorama of literature in all its forms, from novels to manga, including comics and children’s literature. “We did not expect such success and so many responses, with such diverse options”welcomes Katja Martin, who is responsible for the book, reading, French language and literary prizes at Televisions France.

The 50 most cited books are defended by personalities from all walks of life, from pastry chef Pierre Hermé to rapper Joey Starr, including actors Patrick Chesnais or Sylvie Testud, judoka David Doulet and former President of the Republic François Hollande.

And it’s not over: Until September 4, you are once again invited to vote to choose your favorite book from among 50 books. The outcome of this latest consultation will be revealed during an extraordinary evening this fall, at France Télévisions.

A list of the fifty favorite books of the French, with a mention of the character they support:

– 1984, by George Orwell – Wendy Bouchard
In search of lost time, by Marcel Proust – Pierre Herme
– royal assassin, Robin. hop – Laurent Barratt
– to please the ladies, by Emile Zola -Isabel Vittari
– Bye there, by Pierre Lemaître – Anne Marie Revol
– Before the world shuts down, by Alan Mascaro – Vanilla
The Beauty of God by Albert Cohen -Samuel Etienne
– Rambunctiousby Kentaro Miura – Diwara sleep
One Hundred Years of UnityBy Gabriel Garcia Marquez – Masha Meryl
Rose water changeby Valerie Perrin – Maud Fontenoy
– Cyrano de BergeracBy Edmund Rostand – Alex Vizoric
– Dragon Ballby Akira Toriyama – Rafal yum
– dunesWritten by Frank Herbert -Pascal Legitimus
– Together, that’s itby anna javalda – Anne Romanov
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stoneby JK. Rowling – Fabian Olicar
– hunger Gamesby Susan Collins – Roman Dudwick
It’s time to revive the starsBy Virginie Grimaldi – Cecil Bois
– Jane Airby Charlotte Bronte – Nelson Montfort
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventureby Hirohiko Araki – Arnaud Dimanche
– kilometer 0by Mod Ankawa – Irma
– Titans attackby Hajime Isayama – Joey Starr and Ibn Khalil
– Summary of daysBy Boris Vian Angon
– the strangerby Albert Camus – Mohamed Bouhafsi
– Alchemistby Paulo Coelho – Cindy Bruna
– crowd windshieldby Alan Damasio – Morgan Cadignan
– Dawn of timeBy Rene Barjavel – selfie take
– Where the lobster singsBy Delia Owens – David Dowlett
Mirror Corridorby Kristel Dabbous – Benjamin Muller
– passerbyby AJ. twice – Boldop
– The promise of dawnby Roman Gary – Roslyn Bachelot
– braidby Laetitia Colombane – Axel Power
The truth about the Harry Kubert caseBy Joel Decker – Eve Camdebordi
– Count of Monte Cristoby Alexandre Dumas – Patrick Chesnais
– fragranceBy Patrick Suskind – Elie Chamoun
– The little princeby Antoine de Saint-Exupery – Nicholas Vanier
– the Lord of the Ringsby JRR. Tolkien – Cyril Dion
Happy people are reading and drinking coffeeby Agnes Lugand Except for Abdali
– Wuthering Heightsby Emily Bronte – Dave
– dangerous relationshipsby Choderlos de Laclos – Francois Xavier Demaison
– Les Miserablesby Victor Hugo – Francois Holland
Earth pillarsBy Kate Follett – Clemence Bottineau
– Madame BovaryBy Gustave Flaubert – Gwendolyn Hammon
-Narutoby Masashi Kishimoto – Djimo
– black water liliesMichel Bossi – Felix Radu
-pieceby Eiichiro Oda – Khairon
– Pride and prejudiceby Jane Austen – Camille and Julie Berthollet
-Percy JacksonBy Rick Riordan Tony Saint Laurent
– ScorpioBy Roxanne Dambri – Jules Jaconelli
– All the blue of the skyby Melissa da Costa -Axel Orient
Journey to the edge of the nightby Louis Ferdinand Celine – Patrick Mill


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