It’s not the first time the French literary establishment has been at the forefront of e-book trends.
In 2012, French publishing giant Pirelles launched a series of ebooks to promote its books, including La Tête et la Vie.
Now, a new series of books is launching at the same time.
This one is called La Tète et La Vie (The Têtes and the Lays), which means the two worlds.
The books focus on an 18th century French writer called Émile Zola and his work on the eve of the French Revolution.
In a few cases, Zola is mentioned.
But what you get is an epic narrative about the French revolution and the events that led to it.
This book, which was released in the spring of 2016, focuses on Zola, his life and the revolution.
It has a mixture of historical and fictional elements, and it features an array of famous writers from both the 19th century and the 20th.
It’s the latest in a line of books from the publishing house, which includes The Alchemist, A Thousand Plateaus, and the latest book from the French novelist and playwright, Jean-François Lisée.
Zola wrote in his autobiography that he “found the revolution of 1871 a wonderful occasion, a moment of hope and inspiration for all of mankind.
It was also a time when I found myself to be a young man with an empty mind, full of desire and eager for adventure”.
He was a revolutionary, he said.
But he was also struggling with the impact of the revolution and a loss of hope.
The revolution changed his life.
His life changed.
He was never a revolutionary again.
“My life was never about the revolution, nor even about its causes, but rather about its consequences,” Zola said.
The book is about the transformation of the world.
“I am a person who feels an affinity with all the people, I am a writer who has been called upon to express my own life’s story, and I have an interest in all things French,” Zolas autobiography states.
E-books are a huge part of the book world.
They’re a popular way of consuming books, even if they don’t come with a printed book cover.
And yet they’re often the only way to get an e-reader.
The books are available for free on Amazon.
But if you can’t afford to buy one, you can download the books from Pirelli and download them for free.
There are some books that are free on the Kindle app and the Kindle Store.
These books are usually published in French, but the English versions can be read in English as well.
You can also download them from Apple’s App Store, or from Google Play, Amazon’s Appstore and iTunes.
They are also available for download on Apple’s Kindle Fire and Apple TV.
What do I need to read?
You can read the books on Amazon or in the Kindle store, and you can read them offline.
If you’re an ebook reader, there’s also a selection of books for that platform.
You also can download them onto your computer or mobile device.
Some of the books are also free to download from the Pirella website.
You’ll need a Kindle, a reader and a browser that supports HTML5.
You’re also welcome to download them on the app stores, Apple’s iBooks or Google Play.
E-book fans in France may be familiar with Pirello’s books.
They range from classic novels and history books to science fiction and romance.
It sells in about 500,000 copies a year.
They include a few novels by other French authors, including novelist Jean-Pierre Roussel and the French writer Claude Léger.
In a similar vein, the publisher of La Téte et Le Vie is publishing two books from French writer and activist Gilles de la Boétie.
He has also written two books about himself, one about his experiences with depression and another about his relationship with the French Resistance.
La Tétère is published in the French language, and La Tère et La Lettre is published only in English.
Why should I read it?
“The story of Émile and the Eifel Tower, the French uprising and the rise of the Resistance, are the stories of a man who wanted to be something beyond himself.
The novel is a celebration of the great man and the extraordinary journey he had on the day of his revolution.
He had a very unique vision of the future and how the world would be.
His writings are about hope and hope alone.
It is a book about what a person can achieve through his own efforts and passion.
He is the embodiment of the struggle for freedom, for equality and