Acclaimed playwright Craig Taylor presents this captivating oral history of one of the world's most treasured cities. Five years in the making, Londoners features stories from those who live in "The Big Smoke," exploring the city's every sector from its infamous Underground to Notting Hill and Piccadilly Circus.
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"Taylor put years into compiling this engaging, often amusing, and extraordinarily revealing oral account of the city of London during the last decade. He interviews street people and city planners, retired household cavalrymen, and successful vegetable merchants. The characters are diverse--literally from all over the world--yet all are united in their fast-talking London cynicism and half-hidden London pride. A small troop of narrators does an outstanding job of delivering the city's myriad accents without ever being hard to understand. A great listen for anyone who has ever lived in London, thought of living in London, or wondered why otherwise sane people do live in London. F.C. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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