Skid MarkseBook - 2014
No one saw it, the alignment that is. The three stars lined up vertically and to the naked eye, looked like lights in a block of flats. The vertical celestial line up was directly above Coventry bus station and was an indication from the Lyra Constellation several light years away. This special line up was telling the people of the West Midlands (and England, probably the world) that the greatest ever bus driver, who will never be equalled, was about to start his training. He would be responsible for many broken hearts of women passengers when his skills at writing love poems for other drivers who were in the bad books with their wives; he also wrote on the spot poems for customers. He was loved by the managers too, who received some of his great ideas to improve the company, which they pinched of course. When he left, a depression which is still in the air, hung over the city and indeed Nationwide, as the word spread. Even now, years after he left, it is maybe why England were knocked out of the 2014 World Cup. Here is his story of the training of a legendary bus driver in his own words. Judd S Carrycotte, Editor of Sinners Monthly magazine (a friend of the author). --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Frankie Lassut, 2014.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource
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