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by Melanie Florence,Pascal Garnier
Author: Melanie Florence,Pascal Garnier
Publisher: Gallic Books (April 14, 2015)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: World Literature
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Pascal Garnier: Pascal Garnier is a leading figure in contemporary French literature, in the tradition of Georges Simenon.
Pascal Garnier: Pascal Garnier is a leading figure in contemporary French literature, in the tradition of Georges Simenon. He lived in a small village in the Ardèche devoting himself to writing and painting. Boxes was my third read from Pascal Garnier, after enjoying The Front Seat Passenger and The Islanders. Brice has moved to the countryside.
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Pascal Garnier, who died in March 2010, was a talented novelist, short story writer, children’s . See if your friends have read any of Pascal Garnier's books. The A26 by. Pascal Garnier, Melanie Florence (Translator).
Pascal Garnier, who died in March 2010, was a talented novelist, short story writer, children’s author and painter .
If his sister is trapped by the past and the house, then everyone else is trapped by their limited horizons. For all that a new motorway, the A26, is being built, none will escape. Unlock quality journalism on the topics that you decide matter most.
By 1976 long time rail worker Bernard knows he is dying. The latest Gallic translation of a Pascal Garnier suspenseful French middle class tragedy (see The Front Seat Passenger, Moon in a Dead Eye, The Panda Theory and How’s the Pain?) is another character-driven dark surrealistic novella. Though written in 1999, The A76 is very timely as the reclusive siblings reject change like the roadway and his illness as unacceptable while demanding society takes back a France created in their respective images.
Read The A26, by Pascal Garnier online on Bookmate – The future is on its way to Picardy with the construction of a huge motorway. But nearby is a house where nothing has changed since 1945. The future is on its way to Picardy with the construction of a huge motorway. Traumatised by events that year, Yolande hasn't left her home since. And life has not been kinder to Bernard, her brother, who is now in the final months of a terminal illness. Realizing that he has so little time left, Bernard's gloom suddenly lifts. With no longer anything to lose, he becomes reckless – and murderous.
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However, Bernard loses what is left of his hold on sanity when construction of the A26 motorway comes to Picardy. He regrets what could have been with his friend Jacqueline, married to an abusive husband, if he romantically courted her instead of remaining loyally protective of his lunatic sister Yolande. However, Bernard loses what is left of his hold on sanity when construction of the A26 motorway comes to Picardy. To rectify the latest modernization encroachment that symbolizes to Bernard the end of his life, he begins killing people.
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OK. Have some rest and come back to us soon rted, indefinite sick leave. It seemed just like any other day, however. Bernard felt no worse than the day before. Decidedly better in fact. The two days after Serge’s First Communion had been a veritable agony: vomiting, migraines, an intense feeling of malaise. Then, on making this decision, a sort of respite. It’s a matter of attitude, Monsieur Bonnet,’ Machon said.
"A most wonderfully wry noir murder mystery you'll not soon forget."Durango Herald
"Garnier's sly, cynical take on life will strike a chord with readers of every age."Publishers Weekly
"Ultimately a very dark novel, but a very impressive one."The Complete Review
Bernard lives with his sister Yolande who hasn't left the house since 1945. Bernard is now in the final months of a terminal illness. With no longer anything to lose, he becomes recklessand murderous.
Locally the A26 is under construction. Concrete still wet, it stands ready to serve as a discrete cemetery for lost girls.