By Kevin Powers
Bartle, 21 ans, est soldat en Irak, à Al Tafar. Depuis l’entraînement, lui et Murph, 18 ans, sont inséparables. Bartle a fait los angeles promesse de le ramener vivant au can pay. Une promesse qu’il ne pourra pas tenir… Murphy mourra sous ses yeux et hantera ses rêves de soldat et, plus tard, de vétéran.
Yellow birds nous plonge au cœur des batailles où se déroule l. a. vie du régiment conduit par le sergent Sterling. On découvre alors les risks auxquels les soldats sont exposés quotidiennement. Et le retour most unlikely à los angeles vie civile.
Kevin Powers livre un roman fascinant sur l’absurdité de l. a. guerre, avec une strength aussi réaliste que poétique.
« Kevin Powers a écrit le À l’ouest rien de nouveau des guerres américaines en terre arabe. »
Tom Wolfe« Un prime roman puissant et émouvant. »
New York Times« Essentiel. À lire absolument. »
The Guardian« Littéraire, sobre et envoûtant. »
Time Magazine« Dévastateur. »
Damian Lewis, Homeland
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