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Dining on Stones by Iain Sinclair
Dining on Stones is essentially a psychogeographic quest, a trip down the A13 from London to Southend. It's told by several narrators, including two Andrew Nortons, writers whose stories overlap as they struggle for dominance of their shared character. Norton's road trip down the A13, inspired by mysterious manuscripts, is a search for inspiration and for his own identity. Iain Sinclair's metafiction is part road story, part homage to the area and topography, and exploration of the blurry boundary between fiction and reality. Dining on Stones has received mostly positive reviews with The Telegraph saying, "This book pulsates with good humour and intelligence - Sinclair on top form."