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Publisher's Summary

"Ma famille incarne ce que la joie a de plus bruyant, de plus spectaculaire, l'écho inlassable des morts, et le retentissement du désastre. Aujourd'hui, je sais aussi qu'elle illustre, comme tant d'autres familles, le pouvoir de destruction du verbe, et celui du silence."

Après No et Moi et Les Heures souterraines, Delphine de Vigan nous propose une plongée bouleversante au cœur de la mémoire familiale, où les souvenirs les plus lumineux côtoient les secrets les plus enfouis. Ce sont toutes nos failles et nos blessures qu'elle déroule ici avec force.

Marianne Epin réussit cette performance de donner autant d'intensité aux souvenirs lumineux qu'évoque Delphine de Vigan que de profondeur aux silences qui les entourent, et peut-être en dénoncent l'éclat trompeur.
© Editions J-C Lattès, 2011
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Critic Reviews

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Prix du roman Fnac 2011, Prix de roman France Télévisions 2011, Grand Prix des Lectrices ELLE 2012.

La presse en parle
Lucidité, pudeur, sensibilité, juste distance, art du conte... On est emporté de bout en bout par cette biographie familiale, cette odyssée personnelle et universelle passionnante, déroutante, bouleversante. (...) Magistral.
Laurence Haloche, Le Figaro Magazine
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By ORed on 04-07-17

Heartbreaking, painful and insightful

Would you listen to Rien ne s'oppose à la nuit again? Why?

Probably not, as it was such a personal chronicle of heartbreak that I wouldn't want to revisit the pain.

What other book might you compare Rien ne s'oppose à la nuit to, and why?

I have never listened to a memoir like this before so couldn't compare it to anything else.

Have you listened to any of Marianne Epin’s other performances? How does this one compare?

This is my first audiobook read by her. She read beautfully. Full of pathos and I forgot that it was a narrator.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No - I listened part by part. It was very harrowing in certain places - not something I could handle in one go.

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By D on 09-03-16

one of my favourite book !

it is an amazing book ! so well written touching ! just beautiful !
you should read it !

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