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    Bernard Werber
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Series: Le Livre de Poche (Book 9615). Mass Market Paperback: 312 pages. Publisher: Livre De Poche (April 1, 1993).

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Bernard Werber (born 1961 in Toulouse) is a French science fiction writer, active since the 1990s. He is chiefly recognized for having written the trilogy Les Fourmis, the only one of his novels to have been published in English

Bernard Werber (born 1961 in Toulouse) is a French science fiction writer, active since the 1990s. He is chiefly recognized for having written the trilogy Les Fourmis, the only one of his novels to have been published in English. This series weaves together philosophy, spirituality, science fiction, thriller, science, mythology and consciousness. Werber's writing style mixes literary genres, including saga, science fiction and philosophical ideas.

La révolution des fourmis (Le Livre De Poche). Exit, tome 3: Jusqu'au dernier souffle. Bernard Werber, Eric Puech. Download (PDF). Читать. La Révolution des fourmis.

Le Jour des fourmis (English: The Day of the Ants) is a 1992 science fiction novel by French writer Bernard Werber. It is the second novel of La Saga des Fourmis trilogy (also known as La Trilogie des Fourmis (The Trilogy of the Ants), preceded by Les Fourmis (The Ants, 1991) and followed by Le Jour des fourmis (The Day of the Ants, 1992) and La Révolution des fourmis (The Revolution of the Ants, 1996).

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Tome 1 : Les Fourmis. Le temps que vous lisiez ces lignes, sept cents millions de fourmis seront nées sur la planète

Tome 1 : Les Fourmis. Le temps que vous lisiez ces lignes, sept cents millions de fourmis seront nées sur la planète.

Tome 1: Les Fourmis (French) Mass Market Paperback – 14 Oct 1998. Mass Market Paperback: 312 pages

Tome 1: Les Fourmis (French) Mass Market Paperback – 14 Oct 1998. by Bernard Werber (Author). Publisher: Le Livre de poche (14 October 1998). Bernard Werber propose un nouveau genre littéraire qu'il nomme philosophie fiction , mélange de science-fiction, de philosophie et de spiritualité. travers différents regards exotiques, extérieurs, celui des animaux, mais aussi des arbres, des divinités antiques ou de potentiels extraterrestres, il tente de comprendre la place de l'homme dans l'univers.

La saga des fourmis book. Published November 2001 by livre de poche. Coffret en 3 volumes : Tome 1, Les Fourmis (9782253063339) Tome 2, Le Jour des Fourmis (9782253137245) Tome 3, La Révolution des Fourmis (9782253144458).

Le temps que vous lisiez ces lignes, sept cents millions de fourmis seront nées sur la planète. Sept cents millions d'individus dans une communauté estimée à un milliard de milliards, et qui a ses villes, sa hiérarchie, ses colonies, son langage, sa production industrielle, ses esclaves, ses mercenaires... Ses armes aussi. Terriblement destructrices.Lorsqu'il entre dans la cave de la maison léguée par un vieil oncle entomologiste, Jonathan Wells est loin de se douter qu'il va à leur rencontre.A sa suite, nous allons découvrir le monde fabuleusement riche, monstrueux et fascinant de ces «infraterrestres», au fil d'un thriller unique en son genre, où le suspense et l'horreur reposent à chaque page sur les données scientifiques les plus rigoureuses.Voici pour la première fois un roman dont les héros sont des... fourmis !

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This French sci-fi thriller consists of three intertwined narrative segments: 1) a fascinating storyline about intelligent ants who think, emote, build cities, and communicate using pheromones; (2) a not-so-interesting story about humans disappearing down a mysterious tunnel whose relationship to the ants is not revealed until the last chapter; and (3) reproductions of a purported encyclopedia called "the Encyclopedia of Relative and Absolute Knowledge," created by one of the human characters.

The "ant" story is by far the most interesting. The ant characters behave like real ants, but have intelligence and personality (though they are given numbers instead of names). The story is told from the perspective of workers, drones, warriors, and even a queen. The ants have some fascinating adventures, all told from an "ant's eye view." The effect is a little bit like the rabbits in Richard Adams' Watership Down: A Novel. But where Adams' rabbits behaved mostly like English country folk, these ants have mysterious and exotic habits and attitudes. They are highly warlike, and their cities bear odd Asian-sounding names. The chambers where their queens live are known as "Forbidden Cities," further strengthening the exotic "Oriental" feel of their society. Werber does a fascinating job of rendering the ants' point of view, their civilization, and the many hazards they face.

The "human" story is not as compelling. It begins with a cliche: a man inherits a strange old house from his uncle. Soon he disappears down a mysterious tunnel in the back of the house built by its previous occupants. He is followed by more and more characters who simply disappear down the tunnel, including firemen and policemen, giving the narrative the feel of a children's book--remember the spider who swallowed a fly? We don't find out what's up with the tunnel until near the end of the book, when its secret hardly seems to have been worth waiting for, and doesn't add much to the "ant" saga. The whole "tunnel" thing seems to have been a set-up for a sequel.

Finally, the Encyclopedia segments are somewhat interesting. The human character who wrote them has some interesting ideas about philosophy and falls in the long French tradition of attempting both to codify knowledge and share philosophical (and sometimes subversive) theories about the world and society. But I think the reader will enjoy the "ant" story best.
Steelrunner
Tbis is amazing book. Great content. Human beings can learn a lot from everything that surrounds them. A good thriller. Really educational.
Ynonno
love the book!!
Snowskin
Surprenant, mirobolant et une pluie de superlatifs!
Un livre intelligent, magnifiquement ficelé. D'une construction inusité, ce roman est à la fois une excitante histoire dans le monde merveilleux des insectes et un traité philosophique et didactique.
Le parralèle du monde des fourmis à celui des humains avec comme trame d'unité l'Encyclopédie du savoir relatif et absolu est un coup de génie. Bernard Werber nous informe, nous divertit et nous oblige à réfléchir: sublime alliage. Une entrée délectable à la trilogie des fourmis. Un "must" dans toutes les bonnes bibliothèques. Après avoir lu ce livre, je ne vois plus le monde des insectes du même oeil.
PierreGuénette-CPC
Puchock
Assez bizarre d'avoir des fourmis comme personnage principal!!! Mais on s'y habitue assez vite et en plus d'avoir une histoire captivante, ce livre porte à la réflexion sur soi, sur la place de l'humain dans l'univers.....doit être lu!!!