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Tilde O'Hara is an English woman with Irish parents and a Swedish name.

Tilde O'Hara lives in London with two cats who don't like her very much.

Tilde O'Hara has a job she loves, a gay best friend she loves and a maisonette she loves, albeit really a bed-sit.

One night Tilde O'Hara meets an old woman on the number 94 bus and everything changes.

Night Bus is a gentle and th
Kindle Edition, 55 pages
Published April 17th 2014 by Box Plot
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Jun 22, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: short-stories
"... what matters is that you have conviction and faith
in your decisions. That’s the hardest part of being a woman,
being determined. We women do struggle with that. You
know there is nothing more powerful than a determined
Jul 27, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This story is amazing. Read it! You'll never think of anything else again when taking the number 94 bus.... Reviewed on Amazon :) ...more
Sofia Vasconcelos
Apr 30, 2014 rated it really liked it
Great story and sense of humour! Focus on the dilemmas of a 30 year old women living alone with 2 boyfriend, steady job but what about the dream that she had...? :)
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The Night Bus

A short story about dreams (literal and metaphorical) and friendship, and madness, and the vagaries of fate. I bought the collection to read more.
Oct 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fiction, short-story
This was a pretty good short story with some curiously interesting characters and nicely written scenes.
Mar 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
This story demonstrates masterfully how perfectly sane and balanced people can suddenly topple over in an irrational world, trapped by their own mind. It is a bit unsettling to imagine yourself in this situation, but the story also reminds that it is the care of others that brings you back.
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