Éditions Les petits matins

The Avery Review

Rahm makes an impressive show of knowledge and dedication to scientific fact, and the tone of the book is largely set by his detailed descriptions of geographic locales; the physics of cold buildings; or the body’s responses to cold, sun, or altitude. But the points of departure for these stories, and for their conflicts and resolutions, are almost always emotions—running the gamut from desire or well-being to dread and fear.   Shantel Blakely   Lire la suite...