The twenty-first volume of The Blah Story by Nigel Tomm was published in 2008. Nigel Tomm fearlessly continues his abstract novel The Blah Story. Probably The Blah Story is one of the best example of the abstract novel: it has abstract dialogues, abstract monologues, abstract storyline and abstract characters.
Book statistics: The Blah Story, Volume 21 contains 676,832 words; 3,373,934 characters (with spaces); 812 pages.
Some trivia about The Blah Story: Volume 19 contains the world’s longest word, Volume 10 contains the second world’s longest word, Volumes 16, 17, 18 and 19 contains the world’s longest sentence, Volume 4 contains the second world’s longest sentence, Volume 8 contains the world’s longest poem, Volume 13 contains the world’s longest drama.
The cover of The Blah Story, Volume 21.
The back cover of The Blah Story, Volume 21.
Here’s an excerpt (the first page of The Blah Story, Volume 21):
Whilst the blah blah were blah on their blah, blah constant blah, the blah, who, of course, blah not blah to blah their blah, and found blah rather blah of blah about the narrow blah passage of which the blah brushed the blah from blah, blah to the blah of the blah and into the blah common to all the blah of the blah, out of which the blah led. This blah is always in a blah of blah and blah sprinkled with blah. On a dirty blah stand blah of corresponding blah blah with blah for the blah, whose blah hang up in blah over the blah. Blah had passed blah through the blah, where all blah of blah were collected; blah blah and blah blah, with their blah; blah blah blah themselves with blah and blah; blah, playing blah or blah on the blah, blah chairs; blah refreshing during the blah of their blah in a blah, all the blah and blah of a blah in blah time. The blah brought the blah a blah of blah, as a blah of blah, and blah took out a blah and amused blah with that blah vegetable and a blah until his blah blah should come blah to blah him.
‘I blah, I know,’ blah cried out, who had in blah quite blah all about little blah blah. ‘Blah has made me blah so many blah, blah blah. I’m very much blah, half blah sometimes. Blah was blah when they blah him blah blah from blah. Blah his blah blah; I blah never seen it blah.’
‘Was he blah or blah?’ blah on that blah absurd blah. ‘Show blah his blah.’
Blah almost blah at his blah. ‘Not blah blah, blah some other blah, when my blah arrive from blah, blah I came to this blah and a little blah of blah, which I blah in happy blah.’
‘Blah blah, blah blah blah,’ said blah. ‘How blah, how blah blah I blah to blah,’ blah then blah began to blah, as blah, how blah was the blah, blah best, and the blah blah in the whole blah.
‘You blah see my blah,’ was the blah thing blah could blah of to blah blah. If blah could make blah comfortable that would blah.
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