253: The Print Remix

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Flamingo, 1998 - Fiction - 364 pages
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A Bakerline tube carriage has 36 seats. An ideally filled tube train with no-one standing would carry 252 passengers. The driver makes 253. Each has their own personal history, their own thoughts about themselves and their fellow passengers.

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User Review  - Daftboy1 - LibraryThing

This is a totally different book than I would normally read. Its about all the people on a Bakerloo line tube train one January morning in 1995. Some of the people are interlinked all have a story. Some of the people are believable some arent. Very orginal book just not my cup of tea. Read full review

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User Review  - texascheeseman - LibraryThing

Too experimental for me. Would recommend to the voyeuristic who are in for a short, extremely short story collection, probably would appeal to them. 253 human stories taking place in 253 words on the ... Read full review


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About the author (1998)

Geoff Ryman is a Canadian who has lived in London for 20 years. His most recent novel, Was, received ecstatic critical acclaim. A film is in production.

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