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When Peter, a friend of 20 years, confides - in the sanctity of the psychiatrist's office - that he has recurring dreams in which he murders his wife, the doctor makes light of an obviously grave problem. Unique characteristics of Earth are also discussed. Determined to start his life over in a new town and unable to remember his name or anything about his past, he becomes involved with a mother and her sons. In Cars 2, the cars go to Europe and Japan, making it plain that this is all taking place on Earth as we know it.

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Publisher: Routledge; 3 edition (July 13, 2014)

ISBN: 0415839327

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