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2 people found this helpful
on 15 August 2011
The tone is so good -understated and subtle not showy -allowing the twists, the shocks, and the evil fun to sneak up on you rather than 'showcasing' it. The characterisation is brilliantly economic -no need for descriptions of appearance -the dialogue allows the reader to create their own visual. Love the twist upon on a twist upon a twist layer cake built in "Your Upstairs Neighbours Kill People."
This would be a great movie - if the writer could entangle all the stories of the chapters 'Magnolia' style - I'd be first in line!