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Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the prison of belief Paperback – 13 Mar 2016
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About the Author
Lawrence Wright is a staff writer for The New Yorker. He is the author of a novel, God's Favorite, and has also authored six other books of nonfiction-City Children, Country Summer; In the New World; Saints and Sinners; Remembering Satan; Twins; The Looming Tower and Thirteen Days in September. The Looming Tower received many awards, including the Pulitzer Prize, the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and the New York Public Library's Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism. He is also a screenwriter and a playwright. He and his wife are longtime residents of Austin, Texas.
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Here's an e-mail I've just sent to the publisher which details all the manufacturing faults:
Subject: YOUR BUSINESS PARTNER AMAZON IS LETTING YOU DOWN
Just bought the excellent Going Clear by Lawrence Wright, but I'm afraid this print-on-demand product is very shoddy, as is usually the case with anything printed & bound by Amazon: cover has been printed off centre, so the lettering/headings lean to one side; the book splays open into two distinct, mis-matching halfs due to hasty assemblage/collation, & the paper stock is 'rippled'; the cover curls up at the ends & the lamination is peeling at extremities. I realise alot of publishers feel compelled to use print-on-demand these days for one reason or another, but Amazon is the worst choice possible for this method of production. When you are publishing such interesting & important books, I feel it's a shame that you can't rely on your chosen business partner to provide the quality product your books deserve.
I won't be buying any more of your books, I'm afraid - but as I hope to have made clear, this is due to Amazon's shoddy, haphazard production. I resent paying 15-20 pounds or so for a book that is not worth keeping after just one, quick read.
It is a great read which highlights the abuses committed by this money making cult masquerading as a "church".