Communion Town: A City in Ten Chapters


Author: Sam Thompson

The Man Booker longlisted Communion Town reveals the shadows and sinister inhabitants of a city that never appears the same way twice.,,On crowded streets, in the town squares and half-empty tower blocks, the lonely and lost try to make a connection. A weary gumshoe pounds the reeking sidewalks, seeking someone he knows he will never find. Violence loiters in blind alleys, e….Read More

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