Les Enfants perdus by François Hauter download in pdf, ePub, iPad
Miette is almost killed by Martha, but the diver harpoons her. Miette leaves the diver's lair to find One and Marcello both drowning their sorrows in a bar. The killer never mentions this either, so it feels like a loose thread that didn't get snipped out in editing. The other female bit character, Jimbo's mother, serves as a sex symbol for Mark, and a sidekick for grilling Jimbo with Tim.
Miette then uses her imagination to control the dream and turn it into an infinite loop, destroying Krank's mind. Back at Krank's oil-rig, Irvin gets one of the clones to release a plea for help in the form of a bottled dream telling the story of how they were created. An all male cast filled with one dimensional stereotypes. And the narration, oho ome-o my-o, what attempts at narrative emotions that pluck pluck pluck at the heart but fail to stir the organ itself.
His father Phillip is a walking steroetype of a racist and msyogonist who can't stop thinking of himself longer than five minutes. Upon seeing Miette alive the remorseful Marcello lets One leave with her. It's split between a third person narrator and Tim the famous writer's dull journal entries, and this whole story is relayed in such a jumbled way that there is never a sense of danger or dread. She then finds Denree asleep in Krank's dream-extracting machine, and Irvin tells her that to release him she must enter the machine herself. However the Octopus confronts them on the pier, and uses Marcello's stolen fleas to turn One against Miette.
In a book of dull and offensive characters, only Mark Underhill stands out as a decently memorable person. What did happen is all narrated in the past tense in clinical terms.
But then it never had much tension to begin with because nothing happens. Marcello arrives and sets the fleas on the Octopus, allowing One and Miette to escape to continue searching for Denree.
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