2 edition of The travels of Daniel Ascher found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||Deborah Levy-Bertherat ; translated from the French by Adriana Hunter|
|LC Classifications||PQ2672.E9525 V6913 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 pages :|
|Number of Pages||189|
|ISBN 10||1590517075, 1590517083|
|ISBN 10||9781590517079, 9781590517086|
|LC Control Number||2014017156|
Read "The Travels of Daniel Ascher A Novel" by Déborah Lévy-Bertherat available from Rakuten Kobo. A sensation in France, this is a story about literary deceptions, family secrets, and a › Home › eBooks. If it’s a book review, why not enter it in the French Bingo? ***** The Travels of Daniel Ascher. The Travels of Daniel Ascher (Les voyages de Daniel Ascher) by Déborah Lévy-Bertherat Translator Adriana Hunter. Publisher: Other Press ISBN: Pages:
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Daniel Ascher is an author of an adventure series that she wasn’t especially interested in while she was growing up. Now an adult, she is curious at his popularity seeks answers to where he goes on all these travels, and why. You won’t want to miss the review here from Jackie Other Press, May Déborah Lévy-Bertherat's The Travels of Daniel Ascher is the enthralling story of one young woman’s determination to uncover the truth hidden in a history imbued with fiction. Hidden family secrets, deceptive romances, and an exciting journey through the streets of Paris all fuel the momentum of Déborah Lévy-Bertherat’s richly imagined debut novel, making for an
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The Travels of Daniel Ascher is a beautifully written short book detailing the journey of discovery undertaken by Hélène, a student who came to Paris to study archaeology and stays in an apartment building owned by her Uncle :// The Travels of Daniel Ascher Deborah Levy-Bertherat, trans.
from the French by Adrianna Hunter. Other Press, $ (p) ISBN The narrative reads like a mash-up of Sarah's "special style of storytelling" In her debut novel, The Travels of Daniel Ascher, Déborah Lévy-Bertherat takes the reader on a voyage of discovery and captures the fears and frustrations that go with that discovery.
Her heroine, Helene, is an archaeology student, who is the grandniece of Daniel Ascher, pseudonym: H. Sanders, the author of a popular Black Insignia series of :// While not a coffee-table travel book, THE TRAVELS OF DANIEL ASCHER is all about the history, love, reconciliation and emotions of fictional people from a real past.
Reviewed by Judy Gigstad on J The Travels of Daniel Ascher written The Travels of Daniel Ascher: When Hélène Chambon, great-niece of author Daniel Roche, pen name H.
Sanders, moves to Paris to study archeology, she encounters a mystery much more engrossing than her studies—one that not only involves her enigmatic, eccentric, The Travels of Daniel Ascher is her first novel. Adriana Hunter studied French and Drama at the University of London.
She has translated more than fifty books including Eléctrico W by Hervé Le Tellier (winner of the French-American Foundation’s Translation Prize in Fiction).
She won the Scott Moncrieff Prize and has been short And from that moment on the book becomes un-put-downable. One simultaneously feels compelled to race through it and mourns the fact that its end is approaching page by page.
The Travels of Daniel Ascher focuses on Hélèn, an archaeology student, and her uncle Daniel, a writer of a well-known children’s adventure :// The information about The Travels of Daniel Ascher shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.
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In a season of such events, it’s just as improbable that in front of 16 witnesses occupying the crowded plaza of a Brooklyn housing project one afternoon, a Déborah Lévy-Bertherat lives in Paris, where she teaches comparative literature at the École Normale Supérieure.
She has translated Lermontov’s A Hero of Our Time and Gogol’s Petersburg Stories into French. The Travels of Daniel Ascher is her first :// Just as The Travels of Daniel Ascher seems to hover between YA-title and 'adult' book, it never seems entirely sure what it wants to be -- and hence isn't entirely successful.
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It’s a tale of family secrets and discovering one’s true identity, revolving around Hélène, a young French woman who lives in the eaves of a Parisian building When Daniel’s great-niece, Hélène, moves to Paris to study archeology, she does not expect to be searching for answers to these questions.
As rumors circulate, however, that the twenty-fourth volume of The Black Insignia series will be the last, Hélène and her friend Guillaume, a devoted fan of her great-uncle’s books, set out to Buy Travels of Daniel Ascher, The Translation by Deborah Levy-Bertherat, Adriana Hunter (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on › Fiction › Religious & Inspirational › Jewish. The Travels of Daniel Ascher Déborah Lévy-Bertherat Adriana Hunter, Translator Other Press (June ) Hardcover $ (pp) When Hélène Chambon, great-niece of author Daniel Roche, pen name H. Sanders, moves to Paris to study “The Travels of Daniel Ascher is about the power of stories, particularly the ones we tell about ourselves.
Within its svelte form, the novel packs in a love story (several actually), a family story, a war story, a mystery, a travelogue, and even a convincingly imagined children's adventure :// “The Travels of Daniel Ascher is about the power of stories, particularly the ones we tell about ourselves.
Within its svelte form, the novel packs in a love story (several actually), a family story, a war story, a mystery, a travelogue, and even a convincingly imagined children’s adventure :// The Travels of Daniel Ascher is her first novel.
Adriana Hunter studied French and Drama at the University of London. She has translated more than fifty books including Eléctrico W by Hervé Le Tellier (winner of the French-American Foundation’s Translation Prize in Fiction). She won the Scott Moncrieff Prize and has been short The Travels of Daniel Ascher proves to be mysterious, adventurous and moving.
Archaeology student Helene Roche never paid much mind to her eccentric uncle Daniel, the author of a popular series of adventure novels in the vein of Treasure Island with a rapid following like Game of Thrones or Harry :// Get this from a library.
The travels of Daniel Ascher. [Ann-Déborah Lévy-Bertherat; Adriana Hunter] -- "Who is the real author of The Black Insignia. Is it H.R. Sanders, whose name is printed on the cover of every installment of the wildly successful young adult adventure series.
Or is it Daniel. The Travels of Daniel Ascher is deceptively simple and short, but it goes deep and lingers long after you’ve turned the last page, one of those books that contains much more than the story on the surface.
I’ve already read it twice, and enjoyed it more the second time through, knowing the ending but musing on the various ://The Travels of Daniel Ascher I have so much enjoyed my review copy of this wonderful book and I’m delighted to share it with you.
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