Luke Davis

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (10 of 12)
Location: England
 

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The SuperCollider Book by Scott Wilson
The SuperCollider Book by Scott Wilson
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
There aren't many books on Supercollider around - in fact this may be the only one that I'm aware of, so if you're more of a "textbook learner/referrer" this may be for you by default. It's a little different to what I might have expected at first - it's not so much a walkthrough of Supercollider but instead it uses the knowledge you may already have with programming and tells you what you can do with it in the software. As you go through the chapters, different topics are mentioned and for the more advanced user, there are chapters on more complicated topics. If you're a practical learner, the book comes with code which you can download from their website so you can get stuck in from the… Read more
Whatever You Think, Think the Opposite by Paul Arden
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
My dad bought this book for me to read a while back and it really made me think about my own life and how I could improve it. Some people might see it as nothing more than a marketing ploy (eg. those who gave it 1 and 2 stars), but if you really read and understand what Arden is conveying, the book may guide you in making the "wrong" decisions. There are some perceptions in the book that some would disagree with, but it really is up to you as the reader to take them on board or not.
A Voice in the Distance (Definitions) by Tabitha Suzuma
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I've read a fair few books in my time, but none have encapsulated me as much as this one. From the moment I read its prequel, I knew I'd stumbled uopn something magnificent, and was overjoyed at the prospect of another, and low and behold it came. I was unsure of how well the dual narrative would work at first, but after the first two chapters, my suspicions were disintergrated by Suzuma's sheer description of both character's feelings. I can't remember the last time I've felt so close to a book before; like I was a character in it myself. Many times, I felt myself crying with both Jennah and Flynn and praying that things would work how I wanted them to.

One thing I have noticed… Read more

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