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During the board meeting of the prestigious smartphone company Bluenak, a senior executive, filmed by one of his peers, rushes at one of his colleagues and tries to strangle him, as if possessed. It will take seven men to subdue him before he dies of a heart attack.
On his way to California to investigate a biotech company, Vick Lempereur has no idea that he will have to face the most formidable opponent that has ever crossed his path, nor that this trail will finally lead him to Bluenak. In order to survive, physical and supernatural help will not be too much to ask for—that of the New Guardians, and their very special skills.
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About the Author
Alan Spade worked for eight years for the press, reviewing video games. In his youth, he acquainted himself with the classic French authors, while immersing himself in the works of H. P. Lovecraft, Isaac Asimov, J. R. R. Tolkien and Stephen King.
That wide range of influences is reflected in his style, simultaneously approachable, visually evocative and imaginative.
Alan likes to say that "a good book is like a good old pair of shoes: you feel at ease inside, comfortable."
The Breath of Aoles is his third book: previously, he wrote a fantasy novel for two years, between 2001 and 2003, but after submitting it to publishers, he decided the story wasn't good enough. He didn't try to publish it anymore. Then he wrote a Science Fiction short stories collection, and then, for six years, The Breath of Aoles.