Books I Have Read: Capital

This isn’t the best novel I’ve read, but it is rather pleasing and well worth investing in if you have to spend a night in a Catholic guest house in Africa with a group of teenagers on the next floor creating mayhem and a Pentecostal pastor in the next room praying and singing in a loud voice all night.

Basically, it is a series of linked narratives about a group of people who are connected by the fact that they live and work in the same London street. The stories move along enough to keep you reading and you do feel connected enough to some of the characters that you want to know what happens to them. I’m not sure that I’d pay the current Kindle price to read it, but Capital is worth getting hold of if it comes on offer again.

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