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Je suis l'ombre.Je suis la proie.Je suis le tueur.Je suis la cible.Pour m'en sortir, une seule option: fuir l'autre.Mais si l'autre est moi-m me '...
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The Passenger de Jean-Christophe Grangé

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This book is about a 'homeless man' being admitted to the psychiatric emergency room in Bordeaux in the middle of the night.
The next day, a mutilated corpse is found, draped in a way that bears comparison to the Minotaur myth. Since the homeless man was found nearby, it is suspected that he could be the killer. Only this homeless man seems to have lost his memory and doesn't even like to remember his own name. The psychiatrist protects his patient, even as the young detective pulls out all the stops to learn more. With the help of forensic investigations he finds the homeless man's place of residence. He brings him back, but does not realize that he has been followed for a long time. His pursuers shoot the homeless man and he can only just save himself.
Back in Bordeaux, he realizes that he too suffers from a multiple personality disorder and that he isn't who he says he is. He is also no longer safe in this place and is looking for his true self.
Now the 'cat and mouse' game between him and his pursuers begins. Likewise, the young commissioner sits at his heels. At first she was convinced that he is the killer, over time she realizes that he is a victim.
The first stop is Marseille, where he was a patient in a psychiatric clinic for a while. He often painted there and his paintings brought in a lot of money when they were sold.
From there the path leads to Paris, where he finds out that he was an artist who has a lot of money. He even finds his loft and slips back into that role. But the whole way from Marseille to Paris is paved with corpses, which always have something in common with Greek mythology. In Paris he also realizes that he works for gangsters as a passport forger and that's how he made too much money.
Likewise, on his constant flight he has to realize that he has implanted some kind of chip. He can remove it painfully and can now no longer be tracked.
In his parents' house he finds a box with old documents that help to clarify who he is. So he finds the doctor who once treated his mother and is the real villain to whom he owes his whole misery.

This book captivated me from the first to the last page. I would highly recommend it to anyone. ( )
  Ameise1 | Feb 19, 2023 |
This book is seriously overlooked because its original language is French. Jean-Christophe Grangé is such an amazing author, and this book is just insane, breath-taking. So far I think it's the best thriller I have ever read, and it deserves to be a worldwide bestseller.

Guys, seriously, learn French if you didn't already and READ IT ( )
  Daan-Rook | Jul 14, 2017 |
Finished!
This is a book that has made a huge impression. It has an unusual plot, is interesting, exiting. A new to me writer, of whose work I'd like to read more.
Despite these good qualification the book doesn't get the highest possible score. That's because I think it's not completely finished.
The loose ends aren't tied and I haven't heared of a second book which would make it a series.
Too bad that with the last sentence not all the events from the book are erased from my memory.
Otherwise: strongly recommended! ( )
  BoekenTrol71 | Oct 7, 2016 |
Encore un mauvais Grange. Des vieux trucs resasses (encore des jumeaux). Le suspense commence bien mais des le milieu du livre on voit venir et la conclusion peu enlevante. C'etait mon dernier de cet auteur. ( )
  belzilm | Mar 12, 2012 |
Je suis l'ombre.
Je suis la proie.
Je suis le tueur.
Je suis la cible.
Pour m'en sortir, une seule option : fuir l'autre.
Mais si l'autre est moi-même ?
  vdb | Dec 31, 2011 |
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