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365: Stories This collection of short stories is original, imaginative, entertaining, ingenious Some stories are humorous some are dark.This is a brilliant, thought provoking collection This superlative book will be read with delight over and over again.Sally and David Couzin. Is James Robertson S Innovative Collection Of Stories, Each Words LongIn , James Robertson Wrote A Story Every Day Each Was Exactly Words Long A Year Later, On A Daily Basis, The Stories Were Published On The Five Dials Website Now The Stories Are Gathered Together In One Volume Some Draw On Elements Of Ancient Myth And Legend, Others Are Outtakes From Scottish History And Folklore There Are Squibs And Satires, Songs And Ballads In Disguise, Fairytales, Stories Inspired By Dreams Or In The Form Of Interviews, And Personal Memories And Observations Underpinning All Of Them Are Vital Questions Who Are We What Are We Doing Here What Happens Next Wow James Robertson Wrote A Word Short Story Each Day In They Ll Be Posted Throughout Ian Rankin, Via Twitter A Great Storyteller The Times One Of Britain S Best Contemporary Novelists Irvine Welsh, Guardian James Robertson Is The Author Of Five Novels, The Professor Of Truth, And The Land Lay Still, The Testament Of Gideon Mack, Joseph Knight And The Fanatic The Testament Of Gideon Mack Was Longlisted For The Man Booker Prize And Selected For Richard And Judy S Book Club The Following Year Joseph Knight Was The Saltire Scottish Book Of The Year In And And The Land Lay Still Was Recipient Of The Same Prize In great An excellent read.Dip in and browse is a great way to do it. Brilliant stories Love reading great book. I loved the wide expanse of James Robertson s mind, as he leads us through stories that relate everything from encounters with the devil, through the pain of human suffering to arguments in the Post Office In turns, funny, thought provoking, sad and mysterious this is a wonderful volume to dip into again and again. Even people who don t read books should be able to manage to dip into this and enjoy it 365 stories of 365 words each Such a brilliant writer

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