In this original graphic novel, the last time that the rock group Tricky Fingers found themselves in the same spot was eighteen years ago for a concert in the BBC studios that was supposed to launch their career... but instead ended in catastrophe. Since then, this group of friends that once harbored dreams of revolutionizing rock has parted ways, most drifting into musical obscurity. Except Sandro. His initiative brings the group together for the weekend to find out where life has taken them. How their fortunes have faired. To see if they've learned anything since they were teenagers.
William chose silence 25 years ago when he joined the Carthusian religious order. When an inheritance forces him to leave the monastery for Paris, he must master a whole new world and question certainties forged long ago. He meets M?ry, a young woman whose days are numbered due to an incurable illness, and who is resolutely decided on making the most of the time she has left. Now William must face new questions-Where is life's value? In the struggles, or in the peace?-and complicate his choices in a powerful story that truly addresses the meaning of life. * For readers of quiet, introspective graphic novels like Craig Thompson's Blankets, Julian Hanshaw's Tim Ginger, Jeff Lemire's The Underwater Welder, Adrian Tomine's Killing and Dying, and Manuela Fior's 5,000 Kilometers Per Second.