What Happened When Frank Died: The Hunt



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  1. Is there a ‘what happened when Frank died XXII b’? I was intrigued by whether Frank was hunter or huntee and the last line leaves it on a cliff ledge. A lot hinges on Sara’s eyes. Anyway, excellent piece of writing, particularly liked the periodic yawns, and not just cause it’s early Sunday morning 🙂

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  2. This episode is very eventful and packed with lots of information, everything is packed so skilled that I can hardly succeed to follow it. The man who is gasping for gasoline has to do with the fire in which David has perished, right? The older naked lady is and remains a mystery to me. In any case, somehow everyone is hunted, is this true?
    And then Sara emerges, a very loving, tender conclusion after all the hustle and bustle. Whilst I’m wondering how she belongs in this mess?

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    • well everyone is either hunted or being hunted. It doesn’t show the color of Sara’s eyes, right? I forget. But basically either she is hunting frank or frank is hunting her. It’s up for interpretation


  3. o.k. thaks a lot for your kind information, flash.Than she is hunting him, because she appeared suddenly. Nope, you did not mention the eyes, you finished with “She looked up”. What was the colour?

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