3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 4 August 2013
I had already read the book but wanted to have a second read. It is always nice to be able to put my hands on French BD. The only thing I didn't like is that it was the small format, I prefer the original format.
Old fashioned, but still a good read, especially for people starting to learn French.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Tintin et Milou aut Tibet ont toujours fait partie de mes favoris. Dans Tintin au Tibet, on decouvre que Tintin a un cote plus tendre et loyal que dans des autres aventures. Bon, parce qu'en principe, il est assez bagarreur. Parti a la recherche de son ami Chang, porte disparu dans un accident d'avion au Tibet, Tintin refused de croire que Chang est mort.
Avec son ami le Capitaine et son inseparable Milou, ils vont braver les elements, et le Monstre des Neige, pour tenter de retrouver Chang.
Tintin and Snowy in the Tibet have always been favourite of mine. But I particularly like this one, because in it, Tintin is going on the search of his friend Chang, believed to have died in a plane crash. This is a softer side of Tintin, who is usually a brawler, in my opinion. Tintin refuses to believe Chang is dead. With Captain Haddock, and is faithful Snowy, they will brave the subzero temperatures of Tibet, face a Snow Monster and have many other freeing adventures, just to prove that Chang is not dead.