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As well as the desire to write, Ariane Audouin-Dubreuil also inherited her father's passion for travel. When she was 20 years old, she crossed Africa as a member of a theatrical troupe led by Andre Malraux. Later, she visited Timbuktu to prepare for the writing of this book. For the last fifteen years, she has given lectures on the three Citroen expeditions of her father, and has written two other books: La Croisiere jaune, about the expedition to Asia, which received the 2003 Grand Prix Jules Verne, and La Croisiere noire, on the expedition to Africa and Madagascar. She is also a psychologist and the Assistant Mayor of Boulogne-Billancourt in Paris.