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        Robert Laffont
        EAN : 9782221215173
        Shaping : BROCHE
        Pages : 224
        Size : 135 x 215 mm
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        Head Underwater

        Collection : Collection R
        Release date : 23/08/2018
        Twenty years after the release of his cult novel Don’t Worry, I’m Fine, Olivier Adam makes us keel over with Head Underwater.
        When the police finally find Léa after she disappeared for several months, it means the end of a long nightmare for her brother Antoine. The weeks of anxiety and fear are over. But it is also the beginning of a new series of tests. Their parents’ marriage was smashed to... When the police finally find Léa after she disappeared for several months, it means the end of a long nightmare for her brother Antoine. The weeks of anxiety and fear are over. But it is also the beginning of a new series of tests. Their parents’ marriage was smashed to pieces. Their mother is just about to move in with her new partner. Their father is at the bottom of a psychological hole. Their uncle Jeff, who was taking care of Léa the day she was kidnapped, has been banished from the family. And Antoine himself isn’t doing very well. But Léa is the one who needs to be looked after. Readapting to normal life proves difficult for her. Antoine’s sister went through a terrible ordeal. After being sequestered and abused, she is now disorientated, broken, ghostly, opposing everyone with a deafening silence. She refuses to answer the police and only reluctantly confides in the psychologist she sees each day.

        Distraught, Antoine tries to protect her, to help his parents keep pretending to play the happy married couple, but above all to find answers to the gaping questions that keep haunting him. Just what did she go through? Why is she refusing to give details about her kidnapper? Why does she always seem terrified? Why does she cry in her bed at night? To whom is she writing those one-way messages? Who is this “lost girl of Saint-Nazaire” she seems to be looking for? How can Antoine help her? Reassure her? Get her head back above water? While life follows its monotonous course at his high school and everything spins out of control at home, Antoine can only find comfort in the middle of the waves on his surfboard. And in the company of Chloé, one of his sister’s friends, whose beauty drives him crazy. Can she be a light in this darkness?
         
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        EAN : 9782221215173
        Shaping : BROCHE
        Pages : 224
        Size : 135 x 215 mm
        Robert Laffont