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Robert Laffont
EAN : 9782221092651
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 306
Size : 135 x 215 mm
The Diary of Louise B.

Release date : 22/08/2002

Louise Anarcange is a thirty-one year old teacher. As an adolescent, guilty of falling in love, she was locked in a psychological prison by loving and over-possessive parents. Louise spent her youth within the limits of a vast house and had to succumb to living...

Louise Anarcange is a thirty-one year old teacher. As an adolescent, guilty of falling in love, she was locked in a psychological prison by loving and over-possessive parents. Louise spent her youth within the limits of a vast house and had to succumb to living in a gilded cage. As her only escape, she learnt early on to seek refuge in silence - in solitary rebellion and unreality. Like all prisoners, she dreamt of escape. But, through lack of chance, fate or hidden hurt, the day that she attempted to experience the outside world, she was the victim of an extraordinarily violent attack: she was raped by her young pupils.Soiled, physically damaged and psychologically devastated, Louise felt shattered and incapable of rebuilding her original identity.Her only recourse was to create and install within herself a guest, another half of herself, someone invulnerable... She invents Louise B., 'her avenging alter ego' - a seductive, cynical, strong and uncouth being. A being capable of dominating men, drinking heavily, fucking without compassion and carrying out... their revenge.Up against Louise is burly cop Kowalski, wounded and haunted by his past. He will bend the rules and let himself fall under Louise's spell...

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EAN : 9782221092651
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 306
Size : 135 x 215 mm
Robert Laffont