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After reading a number of Saunders’ stories in The New Yorker I put him at number one in my best current authors’ list. I feel like I discovered him. I was so pleased to read online yesterday the terrific and deserved praise of him in the New York Times Book Review. I couldn’t have said it better myself. The enthusiastic writer of the article, (sorry, I can’t get off of this comment box to check his name) appreciates Saunders for the same reasons as I. Re this video, a delight to hear and watch him reading this excellent you so much for this website, which i just came across this afternoon. Eager to explore more. I’ve never been much of a fan of SciFi, altho appreciate some quality speculative fiction, I hereby crown Saunders as king of the genre.
The town is served by the coastal railway line between Ashford and Brighton and has three railway stations, including Cooden Beach , Collington , and Bexhill . Regular trains run to Brighton , Ashford and London . Bexhill is served by 13 bus routes including school routes which serve the surrounding areas like Hastings, Battle, Conquest Hospital, Eastbourne and Pevensey Bay Asda (Free bus on Wednesday's). The area with the most bus services is between Sidley & Bexhill which has the route 2 (Asda free bus), 95, 97 & 98.