Dominique Sylvain (ENG)

Dominique Sylvain

Dominique Sylvain was born on September 30, 1957 in Thionville in Lorraine. She worked for twelve years in Paris, first as a journalist, then as head of internal communication and patronage at Usinor.

For thirteen years she lived with her family in Asia. Tokyo, where she spent ten years, inspired her first novel Baka ! (1995). Blood Sisters and The Lizard King (1997 and 1998) were written in Singapore.

She currently lives in Paris but remains very attached to Asia and visits regularly. An unconditional fan of Murakami and an insatiable reader, she continues to reinvent herself with great creativity. _
Winner of many awards, including the Grand Prix of Elle readers in 2005 for Passage of Desire, she now devotes herself exclusively to writing. Her seventeen novels have all been published in the Chemins Nocturnes collection by Éditions Viviane Hamy.

ses livres chez viviane hamy

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