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One Day, Perhaps

« You must live and love like there is no tomorrow. We always think we have so much time, but it’s not true. One day, we realise we have gone past the point of no return, and it is too late to go back. At that moment, we understand that our chance is gone… »

Ethan, Céline, Jessie.
A man, a woman, a child.
Three people standing on the edge of the abyss.
The will meet, destroy each other, love each other.

Have they already gone past the point of no return?
They have twelve hours to change everything.
But can love conquer death?

A vivid mystery
A threatened love story
An astounding solution

« With Musso, emotion is majorly emphasised. »
Le Figaro Magazine

« Musso demonstrates he is he master at creating mystery »
Paris Match

Guillaume Musso is a phenomenon. Through his four novels, translated the world over, this 33 year old has conquered the hearts of millions of readers, and has imposed an original style, where suspense and emotion are closely woven together. The first FILM to be made from one of his novels, ET APRES… with John Malkovich and Evangeline Lilly (“Lost”), is due to come out on the big screen in October 2008.


« Guillaume Musso brings us a real existential thriller, constructed with artful precision.» Le Figaro

« Originally and masterfully constructed, a style recognizable among thousands, strong characters: this book has everything. » Métro

« Guillaume Musso delivers a carefully strung-together novel, filled with twists and turns…» Télé 7 jours

« This guy will always manage to surprise us because he has a gift: playing with the passage of time, of deconstructing destiny into its smaller working parts and, above all, structuring suspense. » Le Parisien

« Love, suspense, paranormal phenomena… Meet Joe Black meets Notting Hill by way of Groundhog Day. » La Voix du Nord

«Through fluid writing filled with emotion, the author encourages us to explore the confines of the human soul. » Nice Matin

« An original and personable style, that keeps the reader on his toes. » France Soir


Foreign versions

Translated in 16 languages

  • Estonia : Eesti Raamat
  • Germany : Aufbau
  • Greece : Esoptron
  • Hungary : Ulpius
  • Italy : RCS libri
  • Korea: Balgunsesang
  • Macedonia : Toper
  • Montenegro: Nova Knjiga
  • Morocco: Centre Culturel Arabe
  • Poland : Albatros
  • Portugal : Bertrand
  • Russia : Eksmo
  • Serbia : Alnari
  • Slovenia : Ucila International
  • Taiwan : Crown
  • Turkey : Dogan
  • Vietnam : Nha Nam

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