What I like in Fabrice's stories is that he combine's a personal interpretation of cosmogenesis and a very contemporary sense of lonelyness. I like the expression of doubt; where do we come from and where do we go?
Also what I like is exactly the space he leaves for the imagination. I see quite a dry and desertic landscape when reading the stories, and then my visionary mind tends to need to produce the details.
When reading Fabrice's tales I let my fantasy work them out in illustrations, then it's like time itself gets suspended, bringing me back to my childhood. In doing so, I hope to have found a secret way to stay forever young.