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PostPosted: 01 Jul 2018, 12:28 

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Book 9: Angélique and the Demon (1972)

In the Frenchman Bay, there begins the summer that brings the unexpected return into the mysterious and magical atmosphere which we can feel from the very beginning of the series. The summer thunderstorms, the lonely nights in the fort lashed by waves, the wind gusts and more one strange tortured kitten, all of this becomes the ideal initial props for the psychopathic plot, where has the place even an irony, but also a tension, a disgust, a surprise and a constant astonishment. These readers' feelings are based on the extent of our experience with human psychopaths and they are an answer on the question: is this possible? Angélique undertakes a journey through the Frenchman Bay to the Port-Royal, where she is meeting with one of the typical French aristocratic families, who lives in a bay trying to keep a maximum of the useless courtly habits and while also struggling with the English pirate raids sometimes. Furthermore, she gets to know a small charming Governor of Acadia and a tax collector from Quebec, Monsieur de Ville d’Avray, who represents a source of a special humor, and together with him another distinctive local personalities.


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