Michel Houellebecq has been called France’s greatest living writer, a worthy successor to the likes of Camus and Céline. He has also been called an enfant terrible and a provocateur.
His books have sold millions, been translated into dozens of languages, and won many awards.
I love Houellebecq’s books, and I also hate them. But love them or hate them, I can’t stop reading them.
Who is Michel Houellebecq? And should you read his books?
Read all about it in My French Life!