The Seymour Tapes (2005)

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A more experimental approach to the novel, being told as it is entirely through the eyes of various CCTV cameras and the narrator, a writer called ‘Tim Lott’. The closest I’ve ever got to post modernism, and a trick I found hard to pull off. In the end, though, I thought it worked well, albeit rather too like a ‘genre’ novel to gain much literary reputation. All the same, it was bid for by a large number of TV and film companies, and with any luck, an adaptation will appear on Channel Four in 1997.

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