Marc Levy: Romeo and Jul…

(New York) eternal optimist, hopeless romantic, Marc Lévy publishes only mega-selling books. His new, The horizon upside, combines romance and science fiction on artificial intelligence background. La Presse met him in New York where he lived for several years. Love at first sight Marc Levy had not planned to write The horizon upside down. Last September, he planchait on a completely different novel when he came across the story of Kim and Josh Suozzi Schisler. Diagnosed with intractable cancer, Kim Suozzi had commissioned a cryogenic brain in 23 years with the approval and support of her lover. His dream? Take life one day, thanks to the progress of science. “I read an article in the New York Times which told their story and I was upset. There were photo. I…


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