Publisher Description

Then the water began an attack. Until then the stream had followed the street; but the debris that encumbered it deflected the course. And when a drifting object, a beam, came within reach of the current, it seized it and directed it against the house like a battering-ram. Soon ten, a dozen, beams were attacking us on all sides. The water roared. Our feet were spattered with foam. We heard the dull moaning of the house full of water. There were moments when the attacks became frenzied, when the beams battered fiercely; and then we thought that the end was near, that the walls would open and deliver us to the river.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1958
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
32
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
28.7
KB

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