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Yayıncı Serpent's Tail ( 08 / 2016 ) ISBN 9781781255360 | Ciltli | 21,6 x 13,5 cm. | İngilizce | 224 Sayfa | Türler Roman Öykü
On 27 October 1949, Air France's Lockheed Constellation F-BAZN left Paris's Orly airport for New York. Hours later, it disappeared on approach to its scheduled stopover in the Azores. It was found on a mountainside five miles from its intended landing zone. There were no survivors. Constellation tells the true stories of the forty-eight passengers who died, their place in the world and their hopes and dreams for the life awaiting them on the other side of the Atlantic; of heavyweight boxer Marcel Cedran flying to New York for a world title fight; of 30-year-old virtuoso violinist Ginette Neveu; of Kay Kamen, Walt Disney's merchandising tsar; of five Basque shepherds emigrating to America; and of the whole constellation of untold stories that tragedy scatters around it like so much debris. Bosc's magnetic, beautiful, moving novel is a memorial to an air disaster that happened half a century ago. But it's also a profound exploration of the nature of collective tragedy.