By Stéphane Dompierre
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Christian Desmeules, Le Devoir
« Une nouvelle voix, dynamique, pétillante et rafraîchissante. »
Michel Vézina, ICI
« Stéphane Dompierre a du expertise à revendre. Son superior roman, le prouve hors de tout doute. Son écriture est alerte, précise, pleine d’un dynamisme entraînant, convoquant avec brio le monologue, le discussion et l. a. description bien tournée. »
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