End of the Line is a literary novella with a comic edge, set in a London Underground tube station during the 1990s. It’s written from the second-person perspective of Peregrine, a frustrated Fine Arts graduate, who has a comically strained relationship with his co-workers, including his tin-god of a station supervisor, Lyndon. The novella is highly revealing of the behind-the-scenes reality of what it’s like to work on the tube, based on the author’s own experience of having been a multifunctional station assistant. This tale would appeal to anyone looking for bellylaughs who use the tube. It would also appeal to anyone with a healthy curiosity about trains and stations. End of the Line is an eye-opening tale which dares to lift the lid on what really goes on in tube stations, with absolutely no holds barred. It’s by turns shocking, surreal and laugh-out-loud funny. Prepare to be entertained!