Plan D . . .: a Love Story Paperback – 25 Jul 2013
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About the Author
Michael Seymour Born - Southampton, England. Grew up in Bournemouth, England. Educated at Grammar School and Bournemouth College of Art. 2 Years Military Service, mainly in Cyprus and Egypt. 3 years at Royal Royal College of Art Painting School. Worked as a 'paparazzo' in the '60's. Then worked for 40 years as an Art Director and Production Designer in the Movies Nominated for an Oscar on 'Alien'. Lived for 14 years in Los Angeles. Awarded British Academy award for Art Direction on 'Alien'. Photographic exhibitions in Los Angelis, New York and National Portrait Gallery in London. 22 of his photographs in the National Portrait Gallery Archives. In London. Current exhibition of Pauline Boty in London. Currently living in London and working on his next book.
Top customer reviews
I learned about a period of history that I'd previously known almost nothing about. But it never felt like a history lesson. It was informative, and funny, and a little bit sexy, fast paced yet full of detail. I really warmed to the central character of Christopher but Simon's dangerous game-playing was enormously frustrating, but ultimately totally in context with the story. Each character refused to conform to stereoptypes in a way that kept me on my toes.
The tension built slowly until the ending felt claustrophobic and intense. A really great first book from this writer, although it's hard to believe it's his first, the writing is so commanding.
I would have given this five stars except the ending made me want to smash my Kindle against the wall - in a good way, if that's possible. You have been warned.