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La Lune n'est pas pour nous by Johan Heliot
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La Lune n'est pas pour nous

by Johan Heliot

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Une suite convaincante de La lune seule le sait. L'auteur chamboule l'histoire à partir d'un postulat intéressant : l'Allemagne a gagné la première guerre mondiale. Une ambiance de rétrofiction originale, avec un parfum de steampunk s'appuyant sur des technologies qui changent de la machine à vapeur (cinéma, énergie nucléaire, fusées...). Met en scène une gallerie de personnages historiques surprenante (qui va de Hilter à Léon Blumm, en passant par jean Gabin et Heisenberg). Quelques faiblesses cependant dans les ressorts narratifs... ( )
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