The side of the story: We discover a young teen (he does not name) who discovers that his father went regularly read his blog and did not appreciate this gesture that he even qualifies as rape . a strong term used by the narrator to show the violent impact of the act that committed his father. For indeed it reveals our hero, bares telling what makes his life but also by revealing his thoughts and reflections. The young man then will not speak to his father until, to be forgiven it deposited him outside his bedroom door a cardboard box filled with memories and jusquici never revealed secrets. The teenager will then delve into the past of his father reading the diaries of it and will learn to really know adolescence of it which will allow the young boy to really know until this father there for him, unknown.
On the side of writing: It's still a faultless for Jean-Philippe Blondel, with the fluidity of his pen takes us to the heart of its history without any difficulty. The author's style is quite fascinating, I was once again spellbound by the words used, which are very simple but exude a real poetry reading. JP Blondel magner undoubtedly knows the French language with great ease. I really loved the way and follow the sequence of events of the eyes of the narrator (in the manner of a diary) from the famous discovery of betrayal until the end of the novel. Jai liked the changing sentiments of character throughout this story (anger, rage, understanding and forgiveness also).
In conclusion: Blog is a book that deals with accuracy of relations between children and parents (especially by the father / son relationship) and knowledge of the parents saw the eye of the teenager because yes and I think that's often the case, the child often ignores his father or his mother before him has had the same problems, the same experience before becoming an adult. This book also discusses thinking about oneself and to others. Here the discovery of the other is through a diary, the father of the teenager, in the same way that the father discovered his son via his blog.
This story brings a lot of thoughts, as much on the fact of making a Blog and the dangers of the spread on the canvas, the risk of its read by people we would not want it also addresses the relationship with others and the feelings generated by the sense of betrayal.