Toute personne qui tombe a des ailes, by Elisabeth Brami
All the Fallen Have Wings is one mother’s heartfelt monologue to her son after he commits suicide. As she tries to understand what motivated her son to take his own life, she embarks upon a universal exploration of what it means to grieve in this powerful tale of loss and empathy.
Author of more than one hundred works, psychologist Élisabeth Brami draws upon her long experience working with teenagers to make this poignant confrontation between life and death ring utterly true.
112 pages novel