Lignes, by Jacques Arragon

Upon losing his job as a telecommunications cable specialist, Philibert Jacquemin finds himself at the heart of a global conspiracy to destroy humanity and must search deep within to find the strength to resist the forces of evil.

Written by Jacques Arragon, a former engineer, Lines addresses the major preoccupations facing children of the twentieth century, from the footprint we leave on the Earth’s surface and the modifications it has led to in our natural surroundings to the consequences of hyperconnectivity and communication at any cost and the challenges of supplying food to a growing population.

With biting humor, electrifying battles, unimaginable technology, and dizzying backdrops, Lines draws readers into a futuristic intrigue that cannot but enthrall.

432 pages novel, 15 x 22 cm