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The Corridor is a documentary-style comedy which follows the lives of a group of Oxford students through their conversations, tweets, emails, video diaries and text messages. Rather than attending lectures and writing essays, the students are more interested in their bizarre clubs, secret dining societies and organising rebellions.

Based loosely on the experiences of an Oxf
ebook, 2nd, 444 pages
Published May 2018 (first published July 16th 2013)
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Leelynn (Sometimes Leelynn Reads) ❤
Disclaimer: I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Nice Cake Publishing Ltd. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

I’m not gonna lie, this audiobook was so hilarious! I really liked seeing how the other cool half lives in Oxford, and some of the nuances that the students would end up going through. Also, mini disclaimer but this review may be pretty short because I wasn’t really go
Mar 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
Set in a single corridor in the fictional Oxford Uni college of Goodfitz, this story relays the daily goings-on for students as a new term starts.

There is a wide mix of characters - the posh Bullington Club president, Ben, who's entire world is ruined by the fact he no longer has an en-suite bathroom! His vice-president, Rupert, a 'leftie', intent on exposing the favouritism and elitism of the college and university in general (who, ironically does have an en-suite). New girl, Poppy, who gained
Nicole Dunton
Poppy has been given a once in a lifetime opportunity. She's been given a scholarship to one of the best schools in the country. She doesn't feel that she earned it. She feels like they are seeing her as a charity case since she attended one of the worst schools in the area. She creates a video blog to talk about her experience at the school.
This book had a lot of great potential. It had some pretty witty characters. The whole scene was very posh. I was quite impressed with the aspect of it. It
E.J. Greenway
Oct 06, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
If you love Fresh Meat you'll adore The Corridor

Set in the fictional Oxford University college of Goodfitz, The Corridor is a wry look at university life by someone who's been there and obviously seen it all! It reads more like a script than a novel, but that's what makes it so readable and doesn't detract from the narrative in any way.

The main characters include, predictably, a posh 'Beastings' (Bullington) Club member with delusions of grandeur (Ben), a 'socialist' who is at Oxford in order to
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