Alix, tome 5 : La Griffe noire by Jacques Martin

By Jacques Martin

Une série d'attentats mystérieux secoue l. a. ville de Pompéi lors de los angeles visite de nos héros. Les victimes des attentats sont retrouvées paralysées et couvertes d'étranges meurtrissures. Alix parvient à suivre los angeles piste d'un des agresseurs et découvre qu'ils sont menés par un mage aux grands pouvoirs hypnotiques. C'est dans le goé tragique des victimes que se trouve l. a. raison de ces agressions... Et c'est dans l'Afrique lointaine que Alix et Enak pourront trouver l'antidote permettant aux victimes de reprendre vie.

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Vith all m:· might I struggled to open them. They opened j ust a narrow crack again. The moo:-� came out. to shine upon them dust and ashes . I sa w a little girL Pointing \\ith her fin ger, she said. " :\ Iy eyes opened and I saw Father. holdi n g his cup of \\ine. about t o chant the blessi n g over the \\ine. hesitating. waiting . -\fraid that I might dis turb the quiet of the house. I wanted to explain to Father. letting my eyes speak for me. telling him why I had delayed comin g for so long.

An unspotted moon slips out of the clouds; another moon rises to meet her in the waters of the pond. They stand, face to face, like a pair of Sabbath candles. To what might the Ark have been compared at that moment? To a woman who extends her palms in prayer, while her breasts-the Tables of the Covenant-are lifted with her heart, beseeching her Father in Heaven : "l\Iastcr of the Uni­ verse, this soul which Thou hast breathed into him Thou hast taken from him, so that now he is cast before Thee, like a body without its soul, and Dinah, this unspotted soul, has gone forth naked into exile.

Before I could loosen it, my heart began racing in strong emotion, and the sweetness, which I had already felt, doubled and redoubled. I took off the kerchief and gave it to the beg­ gar. He took it and wound it around his sores. The sun came and stroked my neck. I looked around. There was not a creature in the market, but a pile of stones lay there and reflected the sun's light. For a little while I stood there without thinking. Then I moved my feet and returned home. 13 When I reached the house I walked around it on all four sides.

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