Author(s): Laurence Fearnley
Since she left school at thirteen to look after her disturbed mother, Delphine's life has never been straightforward. Now, not yet twenty and employed on the Brest-Paris train, her life has become increasingly complicated. First, there is her daily relationship with flatmate Yasmina and infant son Sinbad, and the mysterious goings on of her friends Dany and Javier to contend with. Then there are her somewhat disconcerting conversations with a judge who travels first-class, and her growing infatuation with Charlotte, a marine biologist and supporter of official rights for the Breton language.
As the plot of Delphine's Run accelerates, we are forced to re-evaluate Delphine and her life. Is she an innocent player in a series of shocking events - or is there more to Delphine than she is allowing us to see?
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