• Détenir le pouvoir suffit-il à faire le bonheur ?Noah a tout pour lui : beau, intelligent, fortuné, arrogant et cynique. On le serait à moins : il est le fils de l'homme le plus puissant de la planète, le Président des Etats-Unis. Pour l'heure, il est pourtant dans un état critique, entre la vie et la mort, suite à une tentative de suicide. Comment en est-il arrivé là ? Quel est son lien avec cette jolie jeune femme noire qu'un médium lui a décrit comme la femme de sa vie ?

  • How does a volunteer for a humanitarian aid program turn into a terrorist? While Fouad, a Belgian nurse, is working for a humanitarian mission to stamp out AIDS in deepest darkest Columbia, he is witness to a kidnapping. A bit of delving soon leads him to fear the worst. What if the WWOA (World War on Aids), the world renowned foundation he's employed by, were using this admirable campaign to eradicate AIDS as a facade for another, much more sinister project? What if they were actually using the populations of developing countries as guinea pigs for pharmaceutical experiments? Fouad could just go on with his life as though he hadn't seen anything. That would probably be better for him. But that's just not really his style...

  • Darius is a rather paunchy electrician. He could lead the easy life in his little apartment in Los Angeles, but he's desperately trying to save Bram, the young hooligan drug addict who lives opposite. Why does Darius put himself through it? To fulfill a paternal need created by some personal tragedy? For the sake of Bram's girlfriend's nice eyes? Or has he perhaps been entrusted with some secret mission?

  • Can power make you happy? Noah's got everything going for him: he's good-looking, smart, wealthy, arrogant and cynical. And he has every reason to be: he's the son of the most powerful man on the planet, the President of the United States. But right now, he's in a critical condition between life and death, following an attempt to take his own life. How did it get to this point? What's his connection to this pretty young woman that a psychic tells him is the love of his life?

  • The groundbreaking revelations that drew Camille and Miep together are yet to be fully brought to light. The two young women present an ultimatum to Urasawa and the billionaire Grynson. However, they fail to take into account the huge financial and logistical power at Urasawa's disposal, that is from now on inherently linked to Noah, son of the president of the United States, whether he likes it or not. Noah appears to have lost all reason, having become obsessed with the power and profit that U-Tech's findings could bring him. It's a disaster waiting to happen...

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