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Dark Things I Adore (Paperback)

Audienta:
General
Limba:
Engleza
Nr. de pagini:
480
Dimensiuni:
12,9 x 19,8 x 3,4 cm
Publicat in:
14.09.2021
Editura:
ISBN:
9781789095906
55,50 Lei
Disponibil cu livrare intre 06 Oct - 15 Oct
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A provocative must-read of feminist fury about the inhuman lengths some take for success... or justice. Three campfire secrets.

Two witnesses. One dead in the trees. And the woman, thirty years later, bent on making the guilty finally pay.

1988. A group of outcasts gather at a small, prestigious arts camp nestled in the Maine woods. They're the painters: bright, hopeful, teeming with potential.

But secrets and dark ambitions rise like smoke from a campfire, and the truths they tell will come back to haunt them in ways more deadly than they dreamed. 2018. Esteemed art professor Max Durant arrives at his protege's remote home to view her graduate thesis collection.

He knows Audra is beautiful and brilliant. He knows being invited into her private world is a rare gift. But he doesn't know that Audra has engineered every aspect of their weekend together.

Every detail, every conversation. Audra has woven the perfect web. Only Audra knows what happened that summer in 1988.

Max's secret, and the dark things that followed. And even though it won't be easy, Audra knows someone must pay. What comes to light, chapter by spellbinding chapter, is that one grand, grotesque act of selfishness committed by Max as a young man, followed by years of manipulating women for art, has set into motion the machinery of his own fatal undoing.

A man should pay for his crimes, and no-one is more deserving of revenge than the women to whom he owes his career. He should go into this weekend far more vigilant, but he's distracted, as always, by an overwhelming desire to have his own way. But Audra, who is well aware that he's a monster, doesn't know everything that simmers beneath his surface.