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Author:Christopher Fowler

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ISBN: 9781473540224

Publisher: Transworld

Published: 2016-04-18T16:00:00+00:00

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Soho Black by Christopher Fowler

CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE

Far From Creation

IT WAS A little after 2:00 a.m. I was sitting on the patio steps with my knees drawn up beneath my chin, staring at the stars. It was the way Gregory sat when he watched the sky.

 

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Soho Black by Christopher Fowler

Author:Christopher Fowler , Date: June 7, 2019

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Author:Christopher Fowler

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781473540224

Publisher: Transworld

Published: 2016-04-18T16:00:00+00:00
CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE

Far From Creation

IT WAS A little after 2:00 a.m. I was sitting on the patio steps with my knees drawn up beneath my chin, staring at the stars. It was the way Gregory sat when he watched the sky.

Barbara had just rung up, annoyed with me. She had spent the evening sitting alone in L’Etoile enduring the stares of diners while she waited for a man who had not even bothered to ring her mobile and explain why he was unable to make dinner. Elena, the restaurant’s formidable doyenne, had seen too many women abandoned at her tables back in the days when she managed Bianci’s and L’Escargot, and sent over a glass of champagne as a sign of commiseration, but even that had not helped. She had left the West End tired, angry and drunk. I had been so wrapped up in getting this film deal off the ground that I had completely forgotten our arrangement. I apologised and promised to make it up to her tomorrow.

I replaced the phone, and Miranda appeared, as I knew she would. She didn’t see me at first. I had not heard her come in, and didn’t turn around when she switched on the lounge lights. She jumped, surprised to find me sitting in the dark. She looked tired and rather beautiful, a little windswept, a little less perfect. She kicked off her shoes from force of habit.

‘I’ve had an awful evening,’ she explained. ‘I couldn’t get a cab from Valerie’s. I tried to call you but you’ve been in meetings all afternoon. I’ll stay in the spare room and be gone before you’re up in the morning.’ She rattled ice into a chunky glass, poured herself an alcohol-heavy gin and tonic. Even with the windows wide open, the house was unbearably hot. ‘Christ, I’m tired of working for a living.’

‘You try to see all of it, and can only make out the tiniest part. It’s so – unsatisfying.’ I returned my gaze to the sky. ‘We used to believe we were at the centre of creation. Instead it turns out we’re trapped on a minuscule planet turning around a rather small star, which revolves with thousands of millions of other stars in one of the less interesting galaxies, among billions of others. We’re not even at the centre of our own galaxy, we’re on the very outer edge. In galactic terms we’re a distant, forgotten, meaningless speck. If there is a centre to the universe, we’re about as far from it as you can possibly get. And by the time we’ve finally figured all this out, we sicken and die. In the life arc of the universe we have a billionth of the lifespans of butterflies.’

Miranda peered over the rim of her glass at me. ‘Your point being, exactly?’

‘We think we’re so terrific. That’s like someone in Aberystwyth thinking they’re on the cutting edge.’

She was not in the mood for the kind of argument you had with other sixth-formers after smoking a few joints.

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