Jeux de massacre
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Jeux de massacre

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110 pages
Published (first published 1970)
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Naser Ghanbari
something about humanity that is so wrong that you need a whole city to show it and not in a good way
this is about how we really are deep down and what we will become in a change of course
what really matter to us and how cheap these things are
and sometimes love but not very strong
no happy ending just a messenger to show the end
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