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La guerre du feu

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Il y a cent mille ans, le feu était le bien le plus précieux pour les hommes. Adapté en bande dessinée à partir du roman de J.H. Rosny en 1950 et 1951, cette histoire raconte comment le courageux Naoh parviendra à faire revivre la précieuse flamme tout en découvrant l'amour auprès de la jolie Gammla.
Paperback, Graphic Novel, 64 pages
Published 2005 by Glénat (first published 1911)
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My copy is actually a hardback, an ex-library copy, but I didn't see the need to introduce another version into the Goodreads list. I very much enjoyed the film that was shot from this, which has the same title.

The book is really good, with some really poetic writing. It's dated in places, particularly in what many modern readers would see as a very sexist ending. But overall, if you take some of the stuff tongue in cheek, it's a pretty good adventure. It's got quite a few different elements tha...more
Rien à voir avec le film de Jean-Jacques Annaud. Beaucoup mieux bien qu'étrange. Les péripéties d'un groupe d'hommes préhistoriques mené par Naoh, fils du Léopard à travers la cambrousse pour retrouver du feu, et gagner ainsi le bâton de commandement et la fille du chef, un autre groupe dirigé par Aghoo fils de l’Aurochtraques comme adversaire à la chasse au feu. Il leur faut affronter maint dangers, et découvrir ainsi l'univers sauvage et hostile de la préhistoire et de ses combats quotidiens.
Un roman d'une étonnante modernité. Non par son thème (la préhistoire comme sujet moderne, mouaif), mais par sa forme.

Parce qu'écrire un roman pareil, dans un style comme celui-ci en 1911, c'était osé.

Un très beau récit, très bien écrit, prenant et dont on ne soupçonne pas une seconde l'âge canonique (c'est assez rare pour être souligné).
Eugene Boytsov
I remember from my childhood in Siberia, how we were queuing up for this book (in Russian), reading the copy until the cover was unrecognisable, giving each other two days to read it. I don't know how it would read now, but back then in the 70s it was one of the brightest impressions (considering the Inquisition-like censure in literature).
Comunque dubito che nella preistoria convivessero nella stessa area leoni, tigri, rinoceronti, lupi e mammuth (ed esseri umani).
Don Murphy
Fire good! Book.... bad.
Quest starts off with a tribe's fire. Quest over! Well, ok. The fire goes out. And the tribe must find fire. The leader pledges whoever finds fire gets the girl! So nerdboy grabs his lighter and... no! This novel tracks 3 warriors as they travel around finding the fire. They must combat lions, and tigers, and bears (Ahgoo!) Yes, Ahgoo. The hairy guy. They must not only face animals, but also different races of people - Neanderthals, Asians, Midgets, their own tribe, and e...more
Liked the book,and the movie.
mother came one day from shopping and handed me this book, she only read the title and decided i will like the book.. which i did

this book gives a new perspective to life and man

not much of a review, sorry
A book which I would recommend to either young or old. This is no adventure, this is life, once a time.
one of the rare instances where the movie was better than the far.
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