Gabriel Salin is the former
“evil prince of Parisian nights”.
At 47, a young pulmonologist detected lung cancer in him and announced a life expectancy of three months.
From that moment on, Gabriel mixes Xanax, Stilnox and TV series without getting out of bed.
Its purpose in existence is to sleep until death.
This is counting without his 15-year-old son, his ex Joséphine and a terribly attractive neighbor ...
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The Keys of a life: Nicolas Rey, the child who grows slowly
In Nicolas Rey's novels, there are always people to save a narrator who hits rock bottom.
Nicolas botches the same charming autobiographies since the year 2000. Casually, this young-dandy-turned-old-debris will have portrayed with incredible acuity his generation of irresponsible men.
Reading it, we hear the same tired voice as in his show
(everyone who saw this reading wanted to go on stage).
Listen to this:
"When Josephine was swimming, it was like an uninterrupted series of successful gestures."
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