"Les choses humaines" de Karine Tuil

"Les choses humaines" by Karine TuilThe Farel family is a power couple: Jean is a renowned journalist and Claire is an intellectual known for her feminist commitment. Their son, Alexandre, seems destined for an equally prestigious future, until the day an accusation of rape upsets this impeccable social construct. Inspired by an American crime story, this novel lays bare the merciless dynamics of the judicial machine and questions the contemporary world.

Why do we like it?

A criminal trial described without judgment or position, limited to facts and description, which differ according to the point of view. A reminder that there is no truth. There are only perspectives.

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