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"Elle avait l'air si jeune. En même temps il m'avait semblé qu'elle connaissait vraiment la vie, ou plutôt qu'elle connaissait de la vie quelque chose qui faisait peur." Adolescente surdouée, Lou Bertignac rêve d'amour, observe les gens, collectionne les mots, multiplie les expériences domestiques et les théories fantaisistes. Jusqu'au jour où elle rencontre No, une jeune fille à peine plus âgée qu'elle. No, ses vêtements sales, son visage fatigué, No dont la solitude et l'errance questionnent le monde. Pour la sauver, Lou se lance alors dans une expérience de grande envergure menée contre le destin. Mais nul n'est à l'abri...

No et moi, paru en 2007, a été traduit dans vingt-cinq langues et adapté à l'écran par Zabou Breitman.
©2007 Éditions Jean-Claude Lattès (P)2016 Audiolib

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La presse en parle :
"On plonge, incrédule, dans cette amitié incroyable qui pourtant tient la route. [...] Delphine de Vigan sait transmettre sa tendresse pour les envolées radicales de l'adolescence, ses coups de cœur qui passent avant tout le reste, son idéalisme."
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stop saying the ending is sad

well read. the ending isn't sad tho. the little girl is quite err... philosophical.

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Very well read. Story is a bit simple.

I listened to this as my daughter has it as an A level text. It is very well read, very clear and with convincing different voices. It's really helpful to listen at 0.8 speed to make the French easier to understand, and is a good way to practise and to learn the French language.

I found that it's a simple story that feels like it's written for young adults rather than adults. It talks about homelessness but not in much depth to understand reasons and solutions. It could be seen as an introduction to the issues of homelessness from one young woman's perspective. The characterisation is quite simple too.

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so good

had to listen to it for my french a level. really good story. quite sad though but still really good. narrator read really well and made it really enjoyable to listen too.