The French edition of Twenty Questions for Gloria isn’t published until May but here’s a sneak preview of the book’s rather striking cover, with thanks to the design team at the Paris-based publisher Nathan. (The title, S’Enfuir, means ‘flee’, apparently.) I am grateful to Google Translate for the following translation of the jacket blurb:
“Gloria leads a teenager normal life of 15 years. And she is bored. Until a mysterious boy burst into his classroom: Uman is funny, smart, disarmingly insurance. It takes what it wants without attaching any importance to what others think. It’s all Gloria would be. It is the promise to live fully, to vibrate, to love. So when he asked him to leave, to camp in the forest, to choose their destination toss … Gloria ran away with it without regret and without warning.”
I couldn’t have put it better myself.