33 East: London Boroughs Shorts

East London Boroughs Shorts In a unique take on the London anthology East and West feature brand new short story for each of London s boroughs From Havering to Hillingdon Bexley to Brent These are stories of movemen

  • Title: 33 East: London Boroughs Shorts
  • Author: Bobby Nayyar Susannah Rickards Angela Clerkin Charlotte Judet Andrea Pisac Stella Duffy Emma Darwin Emile West
  • ISBN: 9781907536335
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a unique take on the London anthology, 33 East and 33 West feature 1 brand new short story for each of London s 33 boroughs From Havering to Hillingdon, Bexley to Brent These are stories of movement and change that capture the individuality of each borough and the diversity of London better than any camera Published in two volumes, 33 is an unparalleled achievement.In a unique take on the London anthology, 33 East and 33 West feature 1 brand new short story for each of London s 33 boroughs From Havering to Hillingdon, Bexley to Brent These are stories of movement and change that capture the individuality of each borough and the diversity of London better than any camera Published in two volumes, 33 is an unparalleled achievement This is no small feat This is London.

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      180 Bobby Nayyar Susannah Rickards Angela Clerkin Charlotte Judet Andrea Pisac Stella Duffy Emma Darwin Emile West
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      Published :2019-08-03T14:18:00+00:00

    1 thought on “33 East: London Boroughs Shorts”

    1. some of the stories were definitely worth 5 stars-I particularly liked the one by Angela Clerkin, but several others left me wondering why they were in the book?? I enjoyed the stories that actually used the borough throughout the entire story instead of just casually mentioning places as a one-off.

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