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"As for me," said Bogliolo once more, "though it's not easy to catch me napping, I
found myself surrounded by a swarm of kids. But I kept my head, and decided I'd
better go along with things." "At dawn," Faber went on, "when at last I could see ...
"When will you get it through your head that you're not old ? Besides, shall I tell
you something? The boy asked me specifically to invite you." "What time are you
going?" "Twelve o'clock." "All right. If I'm not there by twelve, don't wait for me.
They're peering outside every other minute." "They look nervous," said Dante. "
Bored, that's all," said Arevalo. I'm the one who's nervous, Vidal said to himself.
His head ached, and the odors of kerosene mixed with eucalyptus were making
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A harrowing, chopping novella on the elderly and the young who abuse and kill them. Some dark humor, in this most depressing of stories. My knee started hurting suddenly because I was sitting on it funny - that scared me a lot more than usual because of this novel. Age and youth. Read full review