The Time Out Book of London Short Stories

Maria Lexton Christopher Fowler Neil Gaiman Steve Grarl Robert Grossmith Charlie Higson Nick Hornby John McVicar

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The Time Out Book of London Short Stories

The Time Out Book of London Short Stories By Maria Lexton Christopher Fowler Neil Gaiman Steve Grarl Robert Grossmith Charlie Higson Nick Hornby John McVicar The Time Out Book of London Short Stories Twenty five diverse distinctive short stories to celebrate twenty five years of London s premier listings magazine

  • Title: The Time Out Book of London Short Stories
  • Author: Maria Lexton Christopher Fowler Neil Gaiman Steve Grarl Robert Grossmith Charlie Higson Nick Hornby John McVicar
  • ISBN: 9780140230857
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Time Out Book of London Short Stories By Maria Lexton Christopher Fowler Neil Gaiman Steve Grarl Robert Grossmith Charlie Higson Nick Hornby John McVicar Twenty five diverse, distinctive short stories to celebrate twenty five years of London s premier listings magazine.
    The Time Out Book of London Short Stories By Maria Lexton Christopher Fowler Neil Gaiman Steve Grarl Robert Grossmith Charlie Higson Nick Hornby John McVicar

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    1. Noam on said:

      I haven t actually finished this book, but I think I ve read enough to write a review I bought is just for the short story by Nick Hornby I m in love with his writing and this was once again a really good read Not his best, but still well written, interesting and seeming to be much fuller than the 5 or 6 pages it fills up I tried to go over all the short stories and at least give them a try, but after 4 or 5 it seems obvious to me that there s not much point That s the problem with anthology bas [...]

    2. David Bril on said:

      This is a collection of short stories written by London authors I have not read the entire book as of yet, as my main reason for getting this book was the find the nearly impossible to find Nick Hornby short called Faith MY review is a review of that short story Faith is the first of many Nick Hornby short stories and it is one that may require a couple reads to really appropriate It tells the story of a troubled young couple who, find their world interrupted by a man who is now living on their [...]

    3. Alan Mackay on said:

      Patchy collection Glad I stuck with it as I thought the last story The Gift was the best Liked the Maclaren Ross essay Perhaps it would encourage others to take a look at his work.

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