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... award and the Student Choice Novel of the Year from France Culture and Télèrama ... Mend the Living | The Booker Prizes ... . She lives in Paris. Jessica Moore is an author and translator. Leia «Mend the Living WINNER OF THE WELLCOME BOOK PRIZE 2017» de Maylis de Kerangal disponível na Rakuten Kobo. Winner of the Wellcome Book Prize 2017. Longlisted for the Man Booker International Prize 2016. Now a major French film,... Mend the Living But for now, the black-box of his body is free to leap, swell, melt and sink, just as it has throughout the years of Simon's young life. 5.50 a.m. This is his heart. Mend The Living. by Miles de Kerangal ... REPARER L ... Mend the Living | The Booker Prizes ... . 5.50 a.m. This is his heart. Mend The Living. by Miles de Kerangal ... REPARER LES VIVANTS/HEAL THE LIVING, directed by Katell Quillevere and starring Emmanuelle Seigner. A twenty-four-hour whirlwind of death and life. In the depths of a winter's night, the heart of Simon Limbeau is resting, readying itself for the day to come. Mend the Living by Maylis de Karangal review: a young heart in limbo. Flamboyant writing combined with a tragic subject make the author's fifth novel a searing, unforgettable read, writes Eileen ... "Mend the Living examines the emotive subject of organ donation. Yet for all the ethics and pragmatism involved, de Kerangal avoids polemic and never loses sight of the humanity. Though the exuberance of her use of the continuous present tense will present a challenge to intending translators, she creates the sensation of being there , intently watching, describing every gesture. 'Mend the Living' is the story of Simon Limbeau's heart - and the story of all the lives it will impact in the 24 hours between the accident that cuts short his life and the moment when his heart will begin to beat again in the body of someone else. Mend The Living by Maylis de Kerangal; trans. by Jessica Moore, book review. The parents of a 19-year-old, fatally injured in a car crash, contemplate his heart pumping but his brain dying With Mend the Living, Maylis de Kerangal attains even greater heights -- Raphaelle Leyris, Le Monde A novel that goes to the heart of what it means to be a human being -- Amanda Hopkinson, Independent--This text refers to the paperback edition. About the Author. Mend the Living is the story of a heart transplant, centred around Simon Limbeau, the boy whose heart is given, and his family.. Taking place within exactly twenty-four hours, the novel traces the thrill of an early-morning winter surf session, the terrible accident ...