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Aya de Yopougon, Tome 6 (Aya #6)

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À Yopougon, comme à Paris, les histoires se dénouent, les vérités éclatent et chacun va devoir faire face à son destin. À commencer par Aya, qui a toujours un compte à régler avec son prof de biologie, le harceleur. Mais toutes les vérités sont-elles bonnes à dire et les histoires toutes réglées ?

Le sixième et dernier volume des aventures de Aya...

Hardcover, 111 pages
Published November 25th 2010 by Gallimard Jeunesse
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[Read in French, but my review is in English, quand même.]

I didn't expect to be captivated by a graphic novel yet again (after Persepolis), but I was this time. "Aya" oozes charm. You take a volume in your hands and land in a far-away, but irresistibly cosy place where people are so much closer to each other than what you see around. At the same time, although the names, dresses and proverbs are exotic, the relationships and emotions couldn't be easier to relate to.

Also, "Aya" is almost encyclop
Philippe Lhoste
Aah, en finissant ce volume, j'avais l'impression que tous les arcs narratifs étaient parvenus à une conclusion, et effectivement l'éditeur confirme que c'est le dernier tome.
Du coup, je mets la note maximale, parce que j'ai vraiment apprécié cette série.
Le dessin peut sembler maladroit / raide par moments, mais il est quand même élégant, documenté, naturel.
Et l'histoire est est toujours aussi attachante.
Koen Claeys
Dit is het laatste deel in de reeks en het einde voelt nogal gehaast aan, alsof de auteurs er vervroegd een punt hebben achter gezet. Vooral het verhaal van Innocent vraagt uitdrukkelijk om meer. Helaas hebben de auteurs in interviews laten weten dat we niet moeten rekenen op een nieuwe 'Aya', dat ze er voorlopig geen zin meer in hebben ( bv. : ). Spijtig. Desalniettemin heb ik van de eerste tot de laatste pagina enorm genoten van deze charmante strip die ...more
Grégoire hat im Priesterhabit Wunderheilungen versprochen und das Geld gutgläubiger Menschen veuntreut. Ein wild zur Selbstjustiz entschlossener Mob ist ihm deshalb auf den Fersen. Didier wirbt noch immer um Aya. Moussas Vater lässt seinen Sohn aus erzieherischen Gründen bewusst eine Weile im Knast, ohne sich um seine Freilassung zu kümmern. Immo, der noch immer keine Aufenthaltserlaubnis hat, erlebt Frankreich zum ersten Mal außerhalb von Paris, als er mit Sébastien dessen Eltern besuchen fährt ...more
Hilarious African soapie with feisty heroines, brave heroes, derpy anti-heroes and happy endings for everyone. (Well, almost everyone.)
Énorme coup de coeur pour cette excellente série. Les histoires se dénouent dans ce sixième et dernier tome.
Enjoyable , cultural eye opener
Favorite book from series! I seriously hope that this one isn't the end of the Aya series. The way intended seems like there should be more to the story. I'm happy everyone is happy...ok not EVERYONE....,,but I want more!
I really like the first book when drawn and quarterly published it and it finally finished but it is real tough reading the last three books at once. All the flaws just jump out at you. I'm happy that the got to finish it but I feel it was a little bit like be careful what you wish for
Excellent read, it was better than the first and that's saying a lot. I would recommend these books to all.

Review to come.....
warme reeks met hoofdpersonages die gelukkig niet chlichematig worden voorgesteld
Msrosie Velt
This is an awesome graphic novel about life and love in Yop City!!
Apr 21, 2011 Oriana marked it as to-read
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man, I get so many amazing rec's from Tuck. thanks bookfriend!
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Marguerite Abouet was born in 1971 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, in Western Africa. She grew up during a time of great prosperity in the Ivory Coast. At the age of twelve, she and her old brother went to stay with a great-uncle in Paris, where they further pursued their education. Years later, after becoming a novelist for young adults, Abouet was drawn to telling the story of the world she remembered ...more
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