Adolescence is a passage between childhood and adulthood, between a spooky imagination and a harsh and cold reality. These young beings are lost. They live in these bodies that they no longer recognize. They have become strangers to themselves. In their eyes, the forest remains the only rampart in the adult world. These magical universes that they imagined when these old stories resonated. It is a place both mysterious and disturbing, a place of ritual passage in which initiation must take place. It is in this dark forest that they will try to find their way. The Passage series evokes...
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