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Forum: Film, Fiction and Writing 07-04-2010, 21:19:28
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Just finished Generation X: Tales for an...

Just finished Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture by Douglas Coupland. Should probably have read it at least 15yrs ago, but hey ho. Thought it was great. I love the early 90s.
Forum: Film, Fiction and Writing 29-03-2010, 14:59:05
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Just filming the plot will be straightforward...

Just filming the plot will be straightforward enough, but it's his inner monologue that drives the novel, and I can't imagine it'll be easy capturing the true depravity of the man, especially when...
Forum: Film, Fiction and Writing 29-03-2010, 11:42:44
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Posted By Debaser
Currently re-reading Money by Martin Amis in...

Currently re-reading Money by Martin Amis in apprehension of the TV two-parter that's due soon. I am curious to see how it'll be done, because to my mind the book is virtually unfilmable. That said,...
Forum: Film, Fiction and Writing 26-01-2005, 17:37:35
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Posted By Debaser
Filth is really good. Probably my favourite Welsh...

Filth is really good. Probably my favourite Welsh novel. It's pretty grim though.

Malibu Stork Nightmares is good if you enjoy his stories, but find his style a bit of an effort to read, 'cos it's...
Forum: Film, Fiction and Writing 24-10-2004, 00:49:15
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Posted By Debaser
I've read the first few pages of The Amazing...

I've read the first few pages of The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay about 5 times this week, but can't seem to find the motivation to read any more. Everyone who's read it seem to love it...
Forum: Film, Fiction and Writing 24-10-2004, 00:27:39
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Posted By Debaser
Why only partly? It's a tiny book. You could read...

Why only partly? It's a tiny book. You could read it all in an hour or so.

This is probably the reason why it's the book I've read more often than any other.
Forum: Film, Fiction and Writing 22-08-2004, 23:54:33
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Posted By Debaser
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Forum: Film, Fiction and Writing 22-08-2004, 12:46:24
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Posted By Debaser
I think I getting old. I just read The Lost...

I think I getting old. I just read The Lost Continent by Bill Bryson and really enjoyed it.
Forum: Film, Fiction and Writing 06-05-2003, 23:08:08
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Posted By Debaser
Hey, I just read No Logo too (well, 2/3rds of it,...

Hey, I just read No Logo too (well, 2/3rds of it, I just didn't have the energy to read it to the end.)

I'm currently reading The Dice Man by Luke Rhinehart. It's very good.
Forum: Film, Fiction and Writing 04-08-2002, 01:51:56
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Posted By Debaser
Didn't know you'd met Funko.:vom:

Didn't know you'd met Funko.:vom:
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