October 21, 2021

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Kukum, winner of the National Book Fight

Kukum, winner of the National Book Fight

After a week-long hot fight, this is a novel Kukum, Author and journalist Michelle Jean, won the National Des Liveres 2021 of Combat.


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Radio competition of the show The more merrier, the more we read, Aired on C Premier’s airwaves, featuring five titles by nationally recognized authors. The final choice was made between two books: a novel by Michelle Jean, supported by Michelle Audette, and a novel by Caroline Dawson, Where I hid, Advocated by Michelle Mark Bouchard.

“I am so proud and grateful that my novel was chosen by the people,” Michael Jean wrote on his Twitter account. [son personnage] Asks me to thank all those who had trouble voting. Most readers who know the domestic world are another step towards reconciliation. ”

“This edition of the National Book Combat is about a strong vintage, committed and loving warrior,” the show’s host Mary-Louis Arsenalt said on her Facebook page. “Above all, there is another possibility to see that this novel allows us to exercise an important quality in human beings: empathy. ”

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