One man, one book: Hervé Le Tellier as the winner of the newly crowned Goncourt Prize with his excellent novel
A mix of thriller, human comedy and science fiction: Hervé Le Tellier has received the French literary prize Prix Goncourt for her novel “L’Anomalie”.
D.this year’s French literary prize Prix Goncourt goes to Hervé Le Tellier. The 63-year-old writer receives a prestigious French literary prize for “L’Anomalie”, as the jury announced on Monday in Paris. The book is about a unique event that turns the lives of hundreds of travelers on a flight from Paris to New York upside down.
Le Tellier has published more than twenty works, many of which have appeared in German, such as the autobiographical novel “All die Glücklichen Familien” and “Ich und der President. Letter novel”. “L’Anomalie” a thriller, human comedy and science fiction, to be published in German by Rowohlt.
Only ten symbolic euros are endowed with the Prix Goncourt, but above all it boosts sales. Awarded since 1903. The Prix Renaudot, awarded at the same time, went to Marie-Hélène Lafon for “Histoire du fils” (German: The son’s story). The 58-year-old writer tells the story of a child born to an unknown father.