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Abdel Sellou now lives in Algeria with his wife and three children, where he runs a chicken farm. He remains close to Philippe Pozzo di Borgo, who lives in Morocco with his second wife and two children.
I saw the movie and then read this book.
The other side of the coin writes his story, albeit a bit reluctantly, but then, he's one of the reasons this story between Phillipe and he even happened!
I loved this book, because it's a true story about one of the two main characters in the wonderful French film The Intouchables.
I saw the movie and then read this book. Very glad I read the book. Really gives a three-dimensional perspective to the transformations brought about through an amazing friendshipPublished 1 month ago by Sandra Lyke
Amazing life story written so that it truly keeps the reader's attentionPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very moving and touching story, with quite a few funny moments and a lot of Parisian scenery (if you're in to that).Published 4 months ago by Edward C. Rosenthal
I really enjoyed it. Great history, it's hard to stop reading it. This book complements the wonderful movie "The Intouchables".Published 5 months ago by SERGIO MOTOMU SATO
What a truly heartwarming story. I'm so glad that they made a movie out of gasPublished 5 months ago by Paula C. Olmstead
I liked the way the author assessed his life transformation. He gave an honest picture of his early life as an aspiring criminal. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Terri
It was a bit difficult to get into, but once I got used to the moving back and forth the author did between stages of his life, it all made sense. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ginger White
Reading this was so enjoyable but I did not put it down until I was finished! Getting on the subway was a little more difficult but it was worth it. It's a great read!!Published 12 months ago by Prov