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  The Broken Bridge

Philip Pullman

The Broken Bridge

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  • Editeur : Young Picador (Pan Macmillan)
  • Prix éditeur : 5.99£
  • Pas de traduction française

They lay under the trees talking idly, and then Rhiannon said, 'Oh! I know what I was going to tell you. My sister rang up yesterday.'
'Your sister ? I never knew you had a sister!'
Ginny was amazed. She'd always thought of Rhiannon as an only child like herself.
'Yeah, well, they don't talk about her much. She's a lot older than me - she's twenty-six or something. She left home; I mean, they threw her out, I think. There was some kind of quarrel when I was young. A terrible row. I don't know what it was about, but they've never spoken about her since...'
'Wow, that's incredible,' said Ginny, trying to imagine a quarrel as bitter as that. 'What's her name? Why did she ring up?'
'She's called Helen. She rang up to ask about you, actually.'

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