The Stone Council by Jean-Christophe Grange

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This supercharged thriller is filled with suspence and action, the translation from French to English is smoothly done without loss to the novel.

About Jean-Christophe Grange

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Jean-Christophe Grangé was born in 1961. He was a journalist before he set up his own press agency. His second novel, Blood-red Rivers, was an international bestseller and has just been released as a film.
Published January 1, 2001 by The Harvill Press. 408 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Mongolian mysticism, assassins with psychic powers, a nuclear accident and a lethal unknown villain are only a few of the obstacles a lone woman must overcome to save her comatose adopted son in this unusual thriller.

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In trying to turn Jean-Christophe Grange's young adult fantasy novel "The Stone Council" into a French "Sixth Sense," director Guillaume Nicloux takes a horribly wrong turn into a parallel universe where the inhabitants have watched far too many latenight movies.

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