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Kraftwerk: the secret history (The Secret History of Rock)
Kraftwerk: the secret history (The Secret History of Rock)
Price: £0.99

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars This is rubbish, 1 Dec 2012
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um.......35 pages? Are you having a laugh? This is a newspaper article sold for 99p and as such a complete waste of money. Very disappointed.


BEYOND THE DARKNESS: Cult, Horror, and Extreme Cinema
BEYOND THE DARKNESS: Cult, Horror, and Extreme Cinema
Price: £3.25

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Was this book even looked at by an editor?, 26 Nov 2012
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'Beyond The Darkness' shows an impressive amount of knowledge and research on the part of the author, but why was it not proofread? There are so many spelling and grammatical errors that I found it hard to read without throwing (alright, carefully putting) my Kindle down in despair.
Disappointing.


Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction (Writer's Library)
Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction (Writer's Library)
by Patricia Highsmith
Edition: Paperback

35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting ideas on how to write suspense fiction, 24 Jan 2001
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I came to this book after reading most of Patricia Highsmith's works of fiction, with a view to understanding her method of working, being a very modest writer myself. This book is concise, informative and a good lesson in how to instil in oneself the discipline and persistence needed to finish a work of fiction, be it a short story or a novel.Ms Highsmith reveals her working methods and sources of inspiration in the clear, concise fashion that makes her fiction so gripping. All in all, a unique viewpoint from one of the world's greatest writers.


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