The Orange Book Prize has been awarded to Laurine Roux for her latest novel, The Other Half of the World. Thursday, June 9th, Tallardian author, Laurine Roux, was in Paris to accept the prize. On her return, she expressed her joy and gratitude for all the readers who had the novel. They showed an "unprecedented amount of enthusiasm". After a selection of five novels, readers could vote online to choose their favourite. Laurine Roux won the most votes.
Professor of literature recalls that it is a prize given to a team: Le Sonneur, which includes publishers who defend the work in language and literature.
Laurine Roux, who is working on a novel for October, is still eligible to win more awards.