@2@@20@Money can buy you freedom. But what about happiness?@21@@3@@2@When Jocelyne looks at herself in the mirror, she sees a middle-aged, married woman who runs a dressmaking shop in a small provincial French town and lives a very ordinary existence. But what happened to all those dreams she had when she was 17?@3@@2@Then she wins millions on the lottery and has the chance to change her life for ever. So why does she find herself reluctant to accept the money? To help her decide what to do, she begins to compile a list of her heart's desires, never suspecting for one moment that the decision might be taken out of her hands ...@3@
Après le succès mondial de "La liste de mes envies" et de "La première chose qu'on regarde", Grégoire Delacourt signe sans doute son roman le plus fort, le plus personnel, sur la violence de nos vies et aussi sur le pardon.