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Oh My Atrium

Sarah Dufrasne

Bulgaria, June 2003. One year after leaving unexpectedly, Zora comes back home with the ambitious project to turn the family mansion into a rest home.

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ISBN : 978-1-84897-839-3
Published : 31/08/2017
Pages : 323
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Sarah Dufrasne

Graduated as a translator, Sarah Dufrasne is an administrative employee in Brussels, Belgium. When her daughter Alice was born, she felt a desperate urge to contribute to a better world. Her contribution soon materialized under the form of a literary adventure, "Oh my Atrium". Through the many epic developments that it relates, the inherent interactions and respective choices of the characters emphasize how friendship, love, familial bond, nature-friendly and positive attitudes can defeat the vicissitudes of life, and bring the most auspicious outcomes.

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Bulgaria, June 2003. One year after leaving unexpectedly, Zora comes back home with the ambitious project to turn the family mansion into a rest home. But a fire burns the dwelling to the ground, and causes her dream to abort... in Bulgaria...
In early December, Zora, Iva her foster mother, Igor the housekeeper and two Romanian handymen hit the road down to Montalis, a pocket-sized French Pyrenean village, mainly inhabited by a Mayor, a bartender and his twins, a psychiatrist, and two monster dogs.
The team immediately starts renovating the new abode, an Atrium summerhouse inherited by Iva, until worrisome occurrences in the woods come dimming their perspectives. These plus a woman missing and recurrent nightmares finally convince Iva to pay a visit to the Mayor, but what she inquisitively discovers in his basement bewilders her even more...

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