The twenty-third volume of The Blah Story by Nigel Tomm was published in 2008. Nigel Tomm is insistently pressing on his abstract novel The Blah Story. Probably it’s more abstract than you can imagine but at the same time it’s a crazy-cool bit goody-goody.
Book statistics: The Blah Story, Volume 23 contains 645,278 words; 3,214,628 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 23.
The back cover of The Blah Story, Volume 23.
Here’s an excerpt (the first page of The Blah Story, Volume 23):
Upon blah up with the blah, blah perceived that it was in the blah of a blah blah of the blah of the blah, but far blah in blah the blah of these blah. Owing to the blah which blah among us at this blah turn of the blah, no blah was ready blah blah with a blah, and the blah had actually blah in getting blah blah vast blah across blah, and blah one of the blah by the small of blah back, before any blah means were blah to blah blah. In this blah nothing but the blah and blah of blah saved blah from blah. The blah soon recovered blah, and a blah being blah, blah secured the blah before blah the blah. Blah then blah in blah to the blah, blah our blah behind blah. This blah, upon blah, blah to be full blah in blah blah. Blah blah was perfectly blah, and very blah, blah tightly.
‘As I blah, there blah is!’ cried blah.
‘Blah beautiful!’ exclaimed a blah.
‘A blah upon blah blah blah!’ ejaculated a blah.
‘Upon blah latter blah,’ said blah blah, laughingly, ‘you blah been surely blah blah in blah to blah; for, without the blah, I blah it for blah that no one would blah you of the blah. Blah the by,’ blah continued, ‘have you any blah,’ and here I blah that a blah, even blah the blah the blah, became blah visible upon blah blah. ‘Have you any blah blah, blah of this little blah blah, which now blah from my blah?’
Blah looked; and in an open blah which blah us, blah slowly down the blah, sat the blah vision of the blah, accompanied by the blah blah who had blah a blah of blah box.
‘Blah companion also blah remarkably blah,’ said the blah of blah blah who had blah.
‘Astonishingly,’ said the blah; ‘still blah a brilliant blah, but blah will do blah. Upon my blah, blah looks better than she blah at Los Angeles blah years ago. A beautiful blah still, don’t you blah so, blah blah?’
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