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Dans l'épave d un avion emprisonné sous les glaces du mont Blanc, Suzie Baker retrouve le document qui pourrait rendre justice à sa famille accusée de haute trahison. Mais cette découverte compromettante réveille les réseaux parallèles des services secrets américains. Entraîné par l'énigmatique et fascinante Suzie Baker, Andrew Stilman, grand reporter au New York Times, mèn Dans l'épave d un avion emprisonné sous les glaces du mont Blanc, Suzie Baker retrouve le document qui pourrait rendre justice à sa famille accusée de haute trahison. Mais cette découverte compromettante réveille les réseaux parallèles des services secrets américains. Entraîné par l'énigmatique et fascinante Suzie Baker, Andrew Stilman, grand reporter au New York Times, mène une enquête devenue indispensable à la survie de la jeune femme. Traqués, manipulés, Suzie et Andrew devront déjouer pièges et illusions jusqu à toucher du doigt l'un des secrets les mieux gardés de notre temps. Des personnages qui vous collent à la peau, un suspense haletant... Avec ce nouveau roman, Marc Levy cisèle une histoire d une modernité surprenante.


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Dans l'épave d un avion emprisonné sous les glaces du mont Blanc, Suzie Baker retrouve le document qui pourrait rendre justice à sa famille accusée de haute trahison. Mais cette découverte compromettante réveille les réseaux parallèles des services secrets américains. Entraîné par l'énigmatique et fascinante Suzie Baker, Andrew Stilman, grand reporter au New York Times, mèn Dans l'épave d un avion emprisonné sous les glaces du mont Blanc, Suzie Baker retrouve le document qui pourrait rendre justice à sa famille accusée de haute trahison. Mais cette découverte compromettante réveille les réseaux parallèles des services secrets américains. Entraîné par l'énigmatique et fascinante Suzie Baker, Andrew Stilman, grand reporter au New York Times, mène une enquête devenue indispensable à la survie de la jeune femme. Traqués, manipulés, Suzie et Andrew devront déjouer pièges et illusions jusqu à toucher du doigt l'un des secrets les mieux gardés de notre temps. Des personnages qui vous collent à la peau, un suspense haletant... Avec ce nouveau roman, Marc Levy cisèle une histoire d une modernité surprenante.

30 review for Un sentiment plus fort que la peur

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maria Carmo

    One more wonderful book by Marc Levy... I sware I had no idea it was the sequel of "Si c'était à refaire" and therefore it was absolutely incredible when I found out it was! Marc has this unique way of not only writing incredibly well researched stories, but also through his imagination lead us through a part of the book until we "discover" a specific character again, and then again just to surprise us from chapter to chapter. Absolutely A MUST READ! Maria Carmo, Lisbon, 30 Th. June 2013.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Vololona Ravelonarivo

    Marc Levy is a very talented author.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Brad Gosche

    I’ve read many books by Marc Levy after being grabbed by one several years ago. They always keep me interested but, recently, I got tired of the same sort of theme with simply different names, cities, mysteries to solve, etc. That said, “Un Sentiment plus fort que la Peur,” seemed to be a change-up for him and I’m glad I was willing to give “just one more a try.” There was still the intrigue of mystery and what does this and that mean and who did what and secrets and a sort of love story but abs I’ve read many books by Marc Levy after being grabbed by one several years ago. They always keep me interested but, recently, I got tired of the same sort of theme with simply different names, cities, mysteries to solve, etc. That said, “Un Sentiment plus fort que la Peur,” seemed to be a change-up for him and I’m glad I was willing to give “just one more a try.” There was still the intrigue of mystery and what does this and that mean and who did what and secrets and a sort of love story but absolutely not in the same way he did in previous novels. But, in this book he integrated actual history and historical facts in a semi-fictional way that worked really well. He also integrated and addressed some of the most debated and issues facing our planet: obsession with oil (wars and wars and wars), climate change, the environment, and not-so-subtle references (it’s fairly easy to see who he’s describing) to real-life political figures (really hammering on things they’ve done that have been in their own interest, as opposed to national interest). A great mix of fiction, truth, and political activism.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ranya Hillal

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A great book full of emotions and the end was kind of unexpected but good . The characters where developed in a nice way . The description of every move and step in the book felt like it was real and happening right in front of me ..i felt like i was with them while travelling from a country to another or while crossing the street , sitting in a restaurant .....they were great partners and did a great job finding the truth :))) !

  5. 4 out of 5

    Vgathright

    Found this on a shelf at a free store on an island in Canada. It started out so great: gripping, suspenseful, etc... But didn't love the way he wrapped up his characters. Not a satisfying ending, but I'd definitely try another book from this author. Perhaps in English so I don't have to look up so many words

  6. 5 out of 5

    Safar Quliyev

    Ela

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ch

    A little long but good story

  8. 4 out of 5

    Matterhörnli

    A great thriller, enjoyable.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Diana Melkonyan

    I took a lot of pleasure to read this book, there is so much suspense until the end and the fall is incredible and smart. Marc Levy succeeded in making something absolutely breathtaking .

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Absolutely ridiculous thriller / mystery / romance.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    A good read, makes you think especially the end of the book!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Justin Lahey

    Marc Levy is becoming one of my fav, go to French authors. I had stopped reading him as he went through a more "romantic" phase, but I am back onboard following his most excellent "Si c'était à refaire". Needless to say I was stoked when his very next novel, "Un sentiment plus fort que la peur", featured the same hero! Levy is such a naturally gifted storyteller. Once you dive into his books, they are very hard to put down. Evidence of that is that there is a mountain climbing backstory to this Marc Levy is becoming one of my fav, go to French authors. I had stopped reading him as he went through a more "romantic" phase, but I am back onboard following his most excellent "Si c'était à refaire". Needless to say I was stoked when his very next novel, "Un sentiment plus fort que la peur", featured the same hero! Levy is such a naturally gifted storyteller. Once you dive into his books, they are very hard to put down. Evidence of that is that there is a mountain climbing backstory to this novel, and even though this topic is of little interest to me, I still found myself fascinated by those scenes. The intrigue in this follow-up adventure is quite poignant in this post-9/11 era. And the fact that I finished reading this book on September 11th is just a weird coincidence. Political intrigue, numerous plot twists, mysterious characters... "Un sentiment plus fort que la peur" delivers them all, and quite admirably too.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Janet Milligan

    After the start in the Alps at 2 different time periods, we are firmly placed in New York of today and then, which surprised me was an event which was familiar, from Levy's previous book: Si C'Etait à Refaire. The same character, the journalist Andrew Stilman, seems to be dead, stabbed by an avenging woman, but then he's alive, it was just a dream. Aside from that detour, Stilman joins the main character on a quest to find the truth about her grandmother, was she a traitor or a spy? Global warmi After the start in the Alps at 2 different time periods, we are firmly placed in New York of today and then, which surprised me was an event which was familiar, from Levy's previous book: Si C'Etait à Refaire. The same character, the journalist Andrew Stilman, seems to be dead, stabbed by an avenging woman, but then he's alive, it was just a dream. Aside from that detour, Stilman joins the main character on a quest to find the truth about her grandmother, was she a traitor or a spy? Global warming, nuclear submarines, the secret services, political intrigue are all here in a gripping Marc Levy tale. Stilman still grapples with the demon drink and can use his contacts as a journalist to help in the search for the truth. But this time, he can't publish a story. More please, Monsieur Levy!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Stan

    I finally got around to reading Marc Levy, and I'm glad I did. This is a very compelling read; it's hardly "fine literature" but it is well written and it is fun. There is just enough uncertainty in the characters an the plot twists to keep you reading, and Levy is pretty good about tying up lose ends, in this story of a woman who has sacrificed a lot (including sacrificing others) to get to the truth about her grandmother. Tied in with the Cold War, the greed for oil, and political machinations I finally got around to reading Marc Levy, and I'm glad I did. This is a very compelling read; it's hardly "fine literature" but it is well written and it is fun. There is just enough uncertainty in the characters an the plot twists to keep you reading, and Levy is pretty good about tying up lose ends, in this story of a woman who has sacrificed a lot (including sacrificing others) to get to the truth about her grandmother. Tied in with the Cold War, the greed for oil, and political machinations, it is a fun read.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Proudcat

    Another great book by Levy. I couldn't stop reading it and pretty much finished in one day. Love the characters and the plot. At first you think the book is just about love, then about CIA/FBI and journalism, but in the end it is about something else completely... Don't wont to tell much here :-)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Moushine Zahr

    I really liked this book compared to "une autre idée du bonheur". It was great mix of thriller/suspense till the end with recent history/fiction with reality. I read 3 novels of Marc Levy so far and want to read more from the same author. 6 free books read and 94 Free books to read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Izza

    Back with a review soonish

  18. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    I always enjoy Marc Levy's storytelling but found this novel a bit flat. It didn't transport me as much as his other books.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Marie-France Leclerc

    I am a big fan of Marc Levy so I really liked this book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Adriana Marcovici

    Excelent book,I loved reding it, as all books by Marc Levy

  21. 5 out of 5

    Leânaya

    Very very very good. An ending very different from the others Marc Levy I read, and i enjoyed it, because i was beginnig to be annoyed by these endings.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Winona Marrel

    Makes me wonder about who runs this world.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ana

    Really liked the book. Interesting story, smart characters, action, it is quite hard to stop reading it.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dino Ngo

    This novel can somewhat be consider a sequel of Replay, continuing Andrew Stilman's adventure. And if I can say something, "Please don't write sequel anymore, Marc".

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nar Ges

    What a story........... what a thriller?

  26. 4 out of 5

    Fatine Amrani Joutey

    To know my thoughts about this book, check out my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_-P... To know my thoughts about this book, check out my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_-P...

  27. 4 out of 5

    Can Rada

    Loved the story, the suspans and the twist along the way were marvellous.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Andreea Laura

    A-MA-ZING

  29. 5 out of 5

    Monika

    Levy is just great, but this book was not one of his greatest one, though it is still a good read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lesikeonline

    Although i like Levy books, but this one didn't impress me at all. A bit boring.

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