A page-turning international bestseller on a split-second decision that changes everything.
A split-second decision.
A terrible price to pay.
*** THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER ***
"You have to keep reading until the last page, the last word, the very last full stop. It's unputdownable." -Le Pays Briard
"An intense and powerful novel." -Le Point
"The characters are no angels... they resemble us." -Le Point
"A rare pearl. Each page has us question our idea of humanity." -Le Parisien
"A novel that will have you delve into the intimacy of its' characters flawed lives." -Carrefour Savoir
"Immerse yourself in the meanders of the human mind, its sense of guilt and everything else that is part of human weakness." -Le Pays Briard
"A strong novel." -Tele 7 Jours
When Pax, a middle-aged second-rate actor, scores an audition for a blockbuster, he is convinced fate has taken pity on him and he will finally get to spend some time in the limelight.
He leaves his flat in a hurry, ignoring the alarming sounds coming from the apartment above. He is beside himself when he learns what devastating consequences his decision had: not only was his neighbour assaulted and left for dead, Alexis is also his girlfriend Emi's son . . .
Before long, Pax is faced with an impossible choice: should he continue to deceive Emi, the one person who always believed in him, or tell the truth and destroy their relationship?
A rare pearl. Each word is chosen with care, each page has us confront our own inconsistencies and question our idea of humanity. - Le Parisien
A novel that will have you delve into the intimacy of its characters' flawed lives. - Carrefour Savoirs
Immerse yourself in the meanders of the human mind, its sense of guilt and everything else that contributes to human weakness . . . You have to keep reading until the last page, the last word, the very last full stop. It's unputdownable. - Le Pays Briard
An intense and powerful novel. The characters in this book are no angels. Nothing shows this better than the fact that they resemble us. - Le Point
An emotionally strong novel - Tele 7 Jours