At the end of every year, The Guardian newspaper in England asks a range of publishers to pick their hits and misses. Last year, we began a new tradition of…
This year, we begin a new tradition and ask a handful of French-language publishers to look back at 2017, focusing as ever on Quebec fiction.
“It gets steep. Very steep. I can’t see the end of the incline. It’s really long. Félix takes off like a shot. I hate him.”
What if Michael Bay were, against all odds, a misunderstood cinematic genius right up there with the likes of Plato, Sartre, Kant, Derrida, et al.?