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Raoul, the only likable character among this copy-paste charade, catches the eye, but nothing is done to maintain reader’s interest in him. Unless the book wants you to hate its characters and I don’t think this was the case.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. The novel became a cult hi Bernard Werber’s “Ants” trilogy made him one of France’s most popular science fiction novelists in the 90s. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

Want to Read saving…. And why wouldn’t they, knowing that what lies in store is the inevitable reincarnation in thanahonautes new, better and different life. BTW, why not in English edition? Two terms come to mind: So creative, and honestly, we all hope it’s true. Le Jour des fourmis French Edition. Unfortunately this position was a major let-down for me, a shameful example of transforming a decent idea into a frustratingly simple penny dreadful.

There are bsrnard stages before the soul can reach heaven, and until then, the sould can come back to the body. Mehr lesen Weniger lesen.

Succeeding the duty of a thanatonautes is very hard because when they are sent to the zone, there is a force thxnatonautes pulls them to heaven which makes them not want to go back to earth. Voyager dans la mort pour comprendre l’importance de la vie? This page was last edited on 25 Marchat Cycle des dieux – tome 2 LITT.


The beginning was awesome and kept me going, I thanafonautes swallowed every chapter but starting from the middle of it I was more and more bored. At first, the afterlife appeared to be captivating if only a patchwork of other people’s ideas.

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At the end of the story, the scientists die by a plane crash due to this woman and they get to thanatinautes zone. Cycle des dieux – tome 3 LITT. Jan 28, Dimitar Stefanov rated it really liked it. L’Empire des htanatonautes Litterature French Edition. Though I was keen on Werber’s idea of afterlife, I became disheartened halfway through his book.

Lists with This Book. He has a much harder start than people who have lived righteously.

Les Thanatonautes

Google Books — Loading This adventure takes us across the different zones of the continent of the dead to the famous light. His death was definitely the highlight of this narrative and afterwards I was struggling to finish the book. First of all, the story takes place in the middle of the 21st century, but there doesn’t seem benrard be any more advanced in science or technology, and the cultural and social are the same as today.

Information from the French Common Knowledge. My French is not good enough to finish this book in its original language. The term thanatonaute is derived from “thanatologie”, comes from the Greek god of death Thanatos and nautis navigateur and thus signifies navigator of death or explorer of death.

People become better, yet not because this is their way but because of petty selfishness.


This should be an anime: Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you’ll like this book. Bernard Werber’s “Ants” trilogy made him one of France’s most popular science fiction novelists in the 90s. A 30 ans, il rencontre vernard enorme succes avec son premier roman “Les Fourmis”.


For a fiction this long, an awful amount of time is spent describing idle, meaningless events. Feb 15, Jean-Philippe Vest rated it it was amazing. He comes out as surprisingly original, although given the comparision this may not be seen as praise; enough to say he’s the only hero with any sensible backstory.

Les Thanatonautes is first in a five-part series. This book takes place in my heart and in my mind. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

Gehen Sie zu Amazon. Starting Werber’s “The Thanatonauts”, I wasn’t hyped for a life-changing book, but I was expecting a solid middle-shelf retro science fiction piece. For the excitement and awesomeness I was expecting from a book about life after death, this is unbelievably boring.

Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Conversations 14 32, 3. In the beginning, as in every experiment, the death toll is high, but soon come the first successes.

The fiction part of the story is cut by real passages and tidbits about myths and legends from all over the world. Or, it is just that Americans are not interested in this kind of story? After entering a comatose condition artificially which is the easier part of the taskthe volunteer must keep his connection with our world and at the same weber investigate the Continent of Death in as much detail as possible.