Humanist and adventurer at heart, Michel has never ceased to denounce in his writings the ravages caused by man’s perpetual quest for power over nature and his peers.
As a poet and novelist, he takes us on a journey through fantastic universes of hostile nature, but with breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, inspired by his experiences in the lands of Brazil, in the MINAS GERAIS and in AMAZONIA.
He also transports his readers in his detective novels with incredibly well-conducted plots, all in the heart of environments that are both mysterious and terribly disturbing.
To understand Michel’s works, we have to know his story and that of his time, that of a man raised in the lands of Brazil with a happy free childhood, who enlisted in 1942 before he was even old enough, in the To understand Michel’s works, we have to know his history and that of his time, that of a man with a free childhood, raised in the lands of Brazil, who enlisted in 1942 before he was even old enough, in the Free French Naval Forces.
It’s through this site and after various researches that we’ll try to get as close as possible to Michel, who through his works and his life experiences, testifies in a certain way to the consequences generated and endured by the soldiers when they returned from the war.
This man regularly described by his entourage as simple, audacious, masterfully funny, loyal and courageous, suddenly left his loved ones in the summer of 1964 under tragic circumstances.