(Montreal) Cheroboicus Edith Bliss will tell for the first time publicly that the story of her return to the country and a book to be published earlier this year are about 450 days of kidnapping and detention by jihadists in the Sahara.
“He was their hostage, both treasury and nothing less,” she writes in the book hourglassAccording to an extract sent to the media by Les forditions de l’Homme, to announce the publication on 20 January.
In his thirties, Quebecker, along with his Italian friend Luca Tachetto, was abducted in December 2018 while traveling in Burkina Faso, West Africa. They managed to escape from their prisoners 15 months later and were found last March.
“After reading his manuscript, we had the confirmation that we were holding a powerful and shining book in our hands, one of those books that touch you straight to the heart and which we very softly after the last word, Put it down for fear. Not something that reports to Judith Landry, managing director of Publishing House.
Edith Bliss, who has not given an interview since returning home, intends to answer media questions in the days leading up to the publication of her story.
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