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„Ох...“
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Paperback
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13/20
Weight
205 gr.
Pages
208
Published
16 September 2016

Oh...

The novel begins when Michèle is nursing her rape wounds, but she just carries on with her plans to receive her son Vincent (who is by no means convinced that she fell from her bicycle) and his girlfriend Josie for a meal. Vincent is a shiftless guy who seems to go from McJob to McJob and Josie is pregnant by another guy (who is in prison) and they want Michèle to act as guarantor for an expensive flat they intend to rent in central Paris.
Michèle co-owns a screenwriting agency with Anna, who is her best friend, and she also supports her 75-year-old mother who lives elsewhere in Paris and has a strong taste for much younger boyfriends. Her mother wants Michèle to visit her father who has been in prison for the last thirty years but he is dead as far as Michèle is concerned – we learn some time later that he massacred 70 children at a Club Mickey...
About the Author
Philippe  Djian

Philippe Djian (born 1949 in Paris) is a popular French author of Armenian descent. Djian graduated from the ESJ Paris. After a period of wandering and odd jobs, he published a volume of short stories, "50 contre 1" (1981), and then the novels "Bleu comme l'enfer" (1982) and "Zone érogène" (1984) before gaining fame with his subsequent novels "37°2 le matin" (1985) which was filmed by Jean-Jacques Beineix (1986; English title "Betty Blue"), "Maudit Manège" (1986), "Echine" (1988), "Crocodiles" (short stories) (1989), "Lent dehors" (1991), "Sotos" (1993), and "Assassins" (1994).

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