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    Useful, useful tool for writers

    I bought this book because I was struggling with the editing of my second novel (and the writing of my third) and it's proved to be very useful. Like most amateur writers, I wrote my first novel with not enough of an idea of what would/should happen (and the rejection by one book shop reflected that), but this book shows you clearly how to structure your book using examples of recent films and how they do it. I particularly liked the explanation for the W/V thing, which really simplified and clarified how stories work for me. I think this is a great book that any budding writer would benefit from reading. It does help if you have watched all of the films the author uses as examples. I hadn't seen all of them, but having watched a few of them, I was able to relate to what he was trying to prove.

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