Man on the Move by Otto de Kat

Man on the Move

Otto de Kat

Fast moving and full of action indeed, but with poetic insight and the universal human experience of meditating on lost and failed relationships.

Extract

It had been pure luck that they made it out of that hold. First up a ladder surrounded by hundreds of men, in a panic for the open air. Guus and he, one right behind the other amidst a ring of elbows. In grim silence they had wormed their way through the ominous howling, below them, above them. Guus in the lead, his white hair like a beacon in the darkness. 'Straight to the rail, don't wait, don't look down too long, just jump!' he had yelled to Guus.

Parallels
  • The Outsider by Albert Camus
  • Iron in the Soul by Jean-Paul Sartre
  • A Walk on the Wild Side by Nelson Algren
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Violence
Explicit sexual content