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In which our author complains jestingly that you failed him, again.

I'd forgotten how often we saw Magritte

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In which our author complains jestingly that you failed him, again.

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Nobody told me Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil was a wellwritten book. Which, based on City of Falling Angels, I'm forced to assume it was.
  • Midnight is in fact a good book. SKIP THE MOVIE for the love of all that you hold sacred. I could detail my reasons for telling you this, but I think a significant one is that any movie that hires Brad Pitt and then only uses him for about three minutes is just silly.
    • Good point but it /is/a good example of some John Cusack fine-ness. And Kevin Spacey is not bad either.

      But yeah, I've always heard the book is brilliant.
  • You never asked. :P
    • Also, I have it if you'd like to borrow once I locate it in the sea of cardboard and tape.
  • I have it in the huge monstrous pile of books I'm to read. I've heard it's slow, like the movie was slow, but good.
  • Only last night I assumed the reverse as I noticed City of Falling Angels had just been released in Australia and I thought to myself 'Well it must be good because Midnight was excellent.' Good to know I wasn't kidding myself.
    • I'm definitely enjoying it. Part of that I think is having just immersed myself in Venice, but.
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