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The Colour of Memory by Geoff Dyer
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Nov 20, 2011

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11/20/2011 page 50
20.0% "Thoughts after first 50 pages: Better opening than typical Dyer dynamic. Out of job, out of flat and on the dole, Dyer is treading along with his two friends in Brixton, his £70 car stolen, threatened by a London Cabbie with a jemmy. Loved the humour so far, not typical Dyer tongue in cheek humour, but a very flashy wit of a firework in between, a sort of humour that is not corrupted by life."

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