By Jean-Yves Mitton, Frank Bonnet
"Ravenne, avril 451. C'est le branle-bas de strive against dans les quartiers généraux romains. Est-ce qu'implorer Dieu sera suffisant pour sauver le peuple des griffes sataniques d'Attila et de ses hordes barbares ?... Certainement pas, malheureusement... Attila s'apprête à envahir toute los angeles Gaule et face à ce désastre, l'armée romaine crée une sainte alliance avec les Wisigoths. Ensemble, ils seront plus castle, et pourront peut-être lutter. Mais celle qu'ils craignent par dessus tout, c'est los angeles Lupa, los angeles femme-louve, âme damnée et maîtresse d'Attila. automobile celle-ci n'a qu'une idée en tête, envahir Lutèce, afin d'assouvir une vengeance personnelle... Et il sera bien difficile de lui faire changer d'avis... Mitton au scénario et Bonnet au dessin nous invitent à suivre l. a. destinée d'un des plus célèbres conquérants de l'Histoire. Un récit réaliste qui restitue avec crudité et cruauté cette époque barbare."
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Alanna answered first, but ClanFintan squeezed my hand, looking worried. " His free hand touched my cheek in a brief caress. He really was cute, in a horsy way. " I played Lana Turner, falling back on my pillows, my free hand touching my forehead. The other one still clutched at ClanFintan's — well, it felt good! " Alanna was clucking and arranging pillows. " ClanFintan bowed over my hand and turned it, palm up. My eyes shot open, and for a second I was scared he was going to bite me again. Instead, his gaze caught mine and held it while he kissed the middle of my palm.
Dreamland was my fabrication. It obeyed me. I remember when I first realized that dreams always obeying the dreamer were unusual I was in grade school (about third grade) and a friend of mine was looking pale and upset one Monday morning. At recess I asked her what was wrong and she said an amazing thing — she said she'd had a horrible nightmare the night before. Until then it hadn't occurred to me that everyone couldn't control his or her dreams. If my dreams ever began to get uncomfortable or scary, I just told them to change.
Alanna was making wordless, soothing noises as she stroked my back. "Is there danger? " ClanFintan's voice was a soldier's, and I had a sudden feeling that he would be courageous in battle, and like my dream premonition of evil, I knew this, too, was truth. " My sobs had begun to quiet to whimpers, but the tears still flowed freely down my face. " Abruptly I felt Alanna still. She gently moved my body back from hers far enough so that she could look into my eyes. " Her voice was calm, but I could hear the fear in her words.
Attila, mon amour, tome 5 : Terres brulees by Jean-Yves Mitton, Frank Bonnet