By Jason Cockcroft
What in case your mom have been hit via a bus? And what in the event that your father disappeared at some point via a gap within the rest room wall? Is there how to swap the process your life's background? What if time moved during this fantastic debut novel, Jason Cockcroft has crafted a mind-bending event with a startlingly unique narrative constitution.
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Nathan asked. Henry pursed his lips. “It’s a fact, Nathan, they’re just there for gullible American tourists to take photos of, son. Like those red buses,” he said. ” asked Nathan. Henry thought about it. “I don’t know, son,” he said, “but I do know they’re a giant waste of money. Standing around the Tower guarding a bunch of crows that are never gonna go anyplace anyway. ” Nathan said, yawning. The clock in the kitchen had stopped, but he figured it was almost seven now. He sat down and turned on the TV.
Somewhere a siren wailed, and once Bartleby and Nathan arrived at the 57 counter clockwise entrance of the Underground station, the air was ragged with the flashing lights of police cars and the ambulances. Nathan braved one final glance at the Embankment. Then he shut his eyes and followed Bartleby into the darkness.
Bartleby had stopped bouncing now. He was listening to Nathan in rapt silence. “Mmm,” he said when Nathan was done. He stood up. “This is my stop,” he said. But he thought twice about reaching for the bell; instead he regarded Nathan’s face fondly. ” 46 the 230 to the embankment “I can’t? ” Nathan’s head was swimming, and there was fear—an awful fear growing now in the pit of his stomach. He was beginning to see the reality of the situation. He could see what the next few days would be like. The police would come and see him; they’d ask him about his father.
Counter Clockwise by Jason Cockcroft