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Message pour l'Eternité

The telecommunications centre in Pleumeur-Bodou in Bretagne receives a last radio message from a British plane that disappeared in 1933. On board were secret documents from the British secret service. The message proves to originate in a crater in Afghanistan near the borders to the Sovjet Union and China. However, it appears to have been transmitted only seconds before its reception in France 50-some years later. In order to land in the crater a well qualified and slender pilot is needed; and Yoko accepts the challenge.

Again Leloup uses authentic locations. And exchanging the call-letter of an old, well documented series of air planes, he creates another plane for this issue.

The French title translates to Message for Eternity.


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© Marthe Pauline Seiden and Jacob Sparre Andersen, 1998, 2001.