Léa MurawiecLe grand vide
“While looking for something to read in a bookshop, Manel Naher discovers a coincidence, the harmful effects of which she does not initially appreciate. She has a namesake who is much better known than she is, a singer who is at the top of the charts with an album called My Name on Everyone’s Lips.
In our reality, this would already be a source of daily inconvenience, but in the megalopolis where Manel lives – perhaps inspired by a stay in Shanghai – one’s existence, one’s “presence”, is linked to one’s notoriety, to the fact that others think of one. Having the same name as a star who risks being eclipsed in the collective memory can therefore lead to oblivion and death.
A first graphic novel full of energy, coupled with a lively satire of the need to exist on social networks.”
- Léa Murawiec
- Language French
- Format31 x 23 cm