• Title English : Fire and Fury
• Author : Michael WOLFF (Author), Valérie LE PLOUHINEC (Translator), Nikki COPPER (Translator), Isabelle CHELLEY (Translator), Michel FAURE (Translator)
• Pages : 418 Sheet
• Publisher : Robert Laffont (February 22, 2018)
• Collection : DOC RECIT ESSAI
• ASIN : B078Z3CCV8
• Size of the file : 1274 KB
• Format Kindle : Ebook, PDF, Epub and Mobipocket
• Price : €
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 8/10
♦ Description : “It’s worse than you can imagine, an idiot surrounded by clowns.” The breathtaking and yet true story of a year of chaos at the top of the world.
In this book that set America on fire and which Donald Trump sought to ban, Michael Wolff takes us behind the scenes of the White House and multiplies the revelations. Power struggles, favoritism, amateurism, betrayals, family scenes … The investigation shows how Trump’s intimate and professional entourage deploys considerable energy to camouflage the ignorance, the lack of coolness and scruples of the 45th President of the United States.
It’s hard not to be frightened for the march of the world when the principal advisers of the White House devote themselves to a cold hatred, when the efforts of the diplomats are annihilated in a few presidential tweets, when the collaborators throw in the towel or are sent back on a whim, when the First Lady and her daughter-in-law are at loggerheads … Hard to be President of the United States when we are the first surprised by his election.
Michael Wolff has enjoyed exceptional access to the White House, he has collected more than two hundred testimonials from relatives and advisers. His book revives the debate: is Donald Trump in a position to govern?
Sold over a million copies and translated into thirty-one languages, Fire and Fury has already entered history.”
“Michael Wolff – is a writer and journalist. He is a regular contributor to USA Today, The Guardian, Vanity Fair and GQ. Fire and Fury is his seventh book.
Michael Wolff is an American writer and journalist. He writes regularly for USA Today, The Hollywood Reporter, and the British edition of GQ. He has received two National Magazine Awards, a Mirror Award, and has published seven books including “Burn Rate” (1998) that talks about his own internet business, and “The Man Who Owns the News” (2008), a biography of Rupert Murdoch.
In January 2018, he published his seventh book, “Fire and Fury: Trump in the White House”, dedicated to the first year of Donald Trump’s presidency.”
“Valérie Le Plouhinec – has long been employed in a publishing house, Albin Michel, before deciding to become a translator in 2007. Since then, she has translated many books for youth publishing houses – Albin Michel, Hélium, Les Grandes Personnes , Nathan -, and had the joy of rendering in French works of Sherman Alexie, Neil Gaiman, Sonya Hartnett, Susin Nielsen, Meg Rosoff, David Walliams. It also translates thrillers for Cherche-Midi and Super 8.
After having worked for a long time in publishing, Valérie Le Plouhinec has been a full-time literary translator for about ten years. She has translated a lot of children’s literature, from American, Canadian, British and Australian authors (Neil Gaiman, Susin Nielsen, David Walliams, Sonya Hartnett), as well as thrillers, thrillers and novels of anticipation. She lives in Paris.”