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by Marc Fisher


On April 7, 2004, a team of international experts identified the wreckage of a Lockheed P-38 Lightning, the plane belonging to famous pilot Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. But even though the author of The Little Prince was thought to have been shot down by a German pilot, strangely enough, no body or traces of bullets were found in the wreckage. So what really happened?

In this sequel to The Little Prince, a very old lady named Sofia Segato, who lives in the psychiatric wing of a Casablanca hospital, says she knows the truth about what happened to Antoine. She tells her granddaughter Nadia that Saint-Exupéry was not in the plane when it crashed; it was all a brilliant set up so that he could start a new life with the Little Prince, who was secretly his flesh-and-blood son by way of an affair he'd had with a married woman, the aristocrat Nelly de Vogue. She tells the harrowing story of the perilous expedition Antoine had to make across the Saharan desert to be reunited with his lost son.

With a taste of the storytelling style of Titanic and the spirit of Raiders of the Lost Ark, this creative retelling of the true-life events of The Little Prince is jam-packed with memorable characters, non-stop action, and a truly great love story.


Könyvtrailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=5&v=CONchmSuX7s