La révolution des fourmis: roman

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A. Michel, 1996 - Fiction - 533 pages
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D'un côté, les fourmis. Elles se demandent si nous sommes des monstres géants ou des dieux infinis. De l'autre, nous les hommes. Au mieux, nous sommes indifférents à ces êtres minuscules. Au pire, nous nous acharnons à les écraser. Pourtant, après des millénaires d'incompréhension, les deux civilisations les plus évoluées de la planète vont peut-être se rencontrer, se comprendre, se connaître enfin.

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Review: La Révolution des fourmis (La Saga des Fourmis #3)

User Review  - Nicolae Tilivea - Goodreads

I've skipped the 2nd in the series by accident - so maybe i'm not as relevant as others ... The revolution was OKish - however i did not bring anything new to me, just a lot of "big" ideas just ... Read full review

Review: La Révolution des fourmis (La Saga des Fourmis #3)

User Review  - Nam Trung Nguyen - Goodreads

The Vietnamese translation is good. This third book of the series does not give me much expectation as the first one. However it was informative in terms of general knowledge. After finishing the ... Read full review

Contents

DU PASSE FAISONS TABLE RASE
71
faut que nous parlions
176
comme si rien ne sétait passé Estu sans cœur? Cétait ton père
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Bernard Werber is a scientific journalist who has studied ants for fifteen years as an avocation. He lives in Paris.

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