07/02/2012

deux heures en apesanteur (812)

— It's good and it's bad. There's a guaranteed return, and that's good. But the guarantor is a rookie, and that's bad. But it's an easily transportable object, and that's good. Only it's in a rotten position in the museum, thirty steps to the quickest exit, and that's bad. And there's no alarm system, and that's the worst, because that means no one's gonna get lazy watching, knowing the alarm will pick up their mistakes. Which means the whole thing has got to be a diversion job, and that's good and that's bad, because if the diversion's too big, it'll draw pedestrians, and if the diversion's not big enough, it won't draw that watchmen.
— I don't know where the hell you are, or what the hell you say. Just tell me, will you plan the job?
— It's what I do
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oOo
Redford incarne Dortmunder, ce qui surprend franchement au début, mais en fait, c'est bien. On retrouve l'humour de Westlake et forcément, c'est bien. On retrouve aussi Kelp en gaffeur chronique, les itinéraires de Murch (et sa mère), le bistrot de Rollo et le sel dans la bière, on se repère fastoche, ça donne l'impression d'être chez soi, c'est douillet et c'est bien. Et puis Tonton Quincy a soigné la zizique, c'est bien. On aimerait, par vice, trouver une mouche dans le potage, mais rien à faire, on trouve pas : tout est bien.
Roger Moosels

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