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London Under

Penguin Random House, Inc.

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Format:

paperback

Imprint:

Anchor

Page count:

240

Size:

5.19" x 8"

ISBN:

9780307473783

Author(s):

Peter Ackroyd

Why We Love This

In London Under, Peter Ackroyd tunnels down through the geological layers of London, meeting the creatures, real and fictional, that dwell in darkness--rats and eels, monsters and ghosts--and excavating the lore, mythology, and hidden structures below the surface. To go under London is to penetrate history, and Ackroyd's book is filled with the stories unique to this hidden world.

Why We Love This

In London Under, Peter Ackroyd tunnels down through the geological layers of London, meeting the creatures, real and fictional, that dwell in darkness--rats and eels, monsters and ghosts--and excavating the lore, mythology, and hidden structures below the surface. To go under London is to penetrate history, and Ackroyd's book is filled with the stories unique to this hidden world.