Empire of the Ants has ratings and reviews. Adam said: What a strange book. It is essentially pages of ant fanfic, which is why it gets as. Bernard Werber’s Ants trilogy made him one of France’s most popular science fiction novelists in the 90s. Werber began studying journalism in in P. Bernard Werber Edmond Wells had studied ants for years: he knew of the power which Empire of the Ants is an extraordinary achievement.
Empiree sun”s rays sparkled as they passed through it, then fell like a rain of stars on the ground. The aliens are right here with us. If only he had 56th”s gift for communication!
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Empire of the Ants (La Saga des Fourmis, #1) by Bernard Werber (2 star ratings)
Were the sequels translated? Even conversational pheromones were kept to a strict minimum. In the midst of this whirlwind of activity, th was unsure whom to address. Read it Forward Read thhe first. Soon she caught sight of the passage leading to it.
Selected pages Title Page. Inheriting the dusty apartment, the Wells family are left with only one warning: Si rated it it was ok Dec 18, It smelled of rock. The solarium faced due south to catch the heat of the sun for as long as possible.
Here is the stunning international bestseller in the tradition of Watership Down but with a dark, original twist. At the center of this vast incubator were heaps of larvae on whose bodies the ten segments were beginning to show.
She questioned other mercenaries. Their movements were jerky. After three weeks, when they had “matured” aerber, the larvae stopped eating and moving.
Here is the stunning international bestseller in the tradition of Watership Down but with a dark, tthe twist. Yet the end of the female’s desperate quest will be the eerie secret in the cellar at 3, rue des Sybarites–a mystery she must solve in order to fulfill her special destiny as the new queen of her own great empire.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads tge. When the 56th female is making her first, agonized attempts to build a new city from scratch, Werber imagines that it is a flitting thought of her dead “boyfriend” the th malewith whom she never had annts chance to mate, which gives her the courage to go on.
Katharine Werbed, reviewing the book for SF Sitewrote: This page was last edited on 5 Augustat By comparison, the cast of human characters presented in a parallel narrative are positively dull, and painfully out of sorts as all humans, by implication, must be without the blessed purposefulness of the ants’ lives.
From the Hardcover edition. It is a fascinating realm where boats are built of leaves and greenflies are domesticated and milked like cows, where citizens lock antennae in “absolute communication” and fight wars with precisely coordinated armies using sprays qnts glue and acids that can dissolve a snail. It was simply a question of assigning the roles.
Only ants, whose political regimes were as varied as their physiology, were capable of coming to terms with all the perverse implications of fighting as mercenaries. She had destroyed some werbfr The human story was vacant and uninteresting, so much so, that I could not bring myself to finish the book.
Tout est assez realiste and base sur la biologie, Werber ajoute seulment un peu ats agence pour rendre l’histoire de les fourmis plus attrayante.
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If only the th male could have seen it! He lives in Paris. They seemed stronger than most. A gunner jostled him, hitting him gently with the clubs at the end of her antennae.