Thus Zarathustra Fell Silent

Written by Nicolas Wild | Restless Books | Translated by Edward Gauvin | December

A brilliantly original graphic novel that takes on the history of Zoroastrianism, one of the oldest monotheistic religions of the world.

“In Zarathustra we see Nicolas Wild’s humor and intelligence.... The book tells the story of a journey through a country at the heart of today’s news."

Le Monde

“Amusing, interesting, very beautiful, and very clever.”

—Joy Raffin, France Inter

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