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This was a wonderfully enlightening look at London and its people. For someone like me, who is planning a trip in the near future to this city, this is a great way of getting a taste of the place beforehand.
I loved that we get to see a bit of every section in London. From the high society, high tea, kind of people, to the funeral directors and even homeless people, we get a real sense of what London means for each of these people. What I found very interesting is the way the author captured each of their voices, so that none of them sound quite the same. This shows that he took the time to maintain their voices and personalities intact.
We get so much slang in the writing, especially through some of the younger narratives, that we do get a good, real sense of London and its people. I especially enjoyed learning about the Voice of the Underground, who is the woman whom you hear at every subway station. There are so many wonderful anecdotes, truthful and unique, that even the least positive of the bunch still make you feel like London is an absolute-must-see.