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THIS MONTH we’ve been reading Hard Rock (an American PI mystery where the bad guy is more interesting than the hero); You Belong To The Universe (how Buckminster Fuller’s theories influence industrial design to this day); The Poison Artist (bizarre bohemian bewilderment) and Galveston (from the guy who wrote True Detective, and wow! can he tell a powerful story). Also The Vegetarian, which won big prizes but was dull, and The Art Thief, which was a fine cure for insomnia…
MEANWHILE AT THE MOVIES Warcraft turned out to be an utterly indulgent delight; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cheered up a wet Wednesday; District 13 is a must-see French martial-arts / urban free-running thriller, and Criminal may be Kevin Costner’s best film for, well, ever. Oh, and we’re on S3 of DS9 and there’s STILL no sign of Worf. Tch RealClassic is published monthly by MMG Ltd, PO Box 99, Horncastle, LN9 6LZ, UK.
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