The polar bear testament. Without religion
A 13,500-year-old polar bear tells a little penguin about his adventures amongst the humans, revisiting the teachings of five historical figures that had a profound effect on him throughout his long life. The first one is Noah, who saved the polar bear from the great flood. The second one is Moses, the third one is Buddha, the fourth one is Jesus, and the fifth one, and by no means the least, is Muhamad. * It goes without saying that it takes a lot of guts to write about these exceptional men. However, the author manages a “tour de force” that is both enchanting and touching. The most religious people of this world, as well as the most hardened atheists will be touched by these words. A narration in the style of Forrest Gump and with the innocence of The Little Prince makes this novel a must-read. From the very first pages, the childlike yet thoughtful tone both amuses and provokes. A voyage through the troubling and marking era of human history.
Born in Montreal in 1959, in the popular hood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Daniel St Amour is an author with an incomparable imaginary and sensitivity.
|Auteur, Auteure||Daniel St Amour|
|Format||5 x 8|
|Nombre de pages||120|
|Date de publication||2020-05|
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