"It’s 20 years, and 54 minutes later, but this winter, there’s an unpleasant chill in the air. After learning her father died because the piemaker brought his mother back to life, Chuck disappeared into the night. The piemaker considered the places to find Chuck. The places she’d run, the places she called home."
So damn good! Especially that last side-eye, where she’s clearly decided “yeah, you’re hopeless. I’m done with you now.”
Sometimes I find forgotten gems when cleaning out my folders.
Books in Wes Anderson movies