As a child Diane Thiberge was the victim of an assault. Now aged 30, an ethnologist specializing in the study of predatory animals, and a woman adept in the martial arts, she believes she has at last found a meaning and purpose to her life when she decides to adopt a five-year-old Thai boy, Liu-San, whom she christens Lucien. A nightmare ensues, however. On her return to France, Lucien has an accident and is declared to be brain-dead. A series of murders make Diane realize that her son is no ordinary child, but the prey of sinister and paranormal forces.
About the Author :
Jean Christophe Grange has contributed to The Stone Council as an author.
Jean-Christophe Grange was born in Paris in 1961. Now an independent international reporter, he worked with magazines all over the world, as well as with various press agencies, before setting up his own news agency. "Blood-Red Rivers", his second novel, became a huge bestseller in France and has since been made into a film, The Crimson Rivers, directed by Mathieu Kassovitz and starring Jean Reno and Vincent Cassel.
|Title:||The Stone Council||Publisher:||Vintage Books USA|
|Author:||Jean Christophe Grange, Ian Monk|
|No. of Pages:||384|
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