Diary of an Amateur Photographer When Gregory joins his local camera club he decides to keep a diary to record his photographic achievements Then he finds an old picture which he is convinced is of an angel and he is soon in the g

  • Title: Diary of an Amateur Photographer
  • Author: Graham Rawle
  • ISBN: 9780670877751
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Gregory joins his local camera club, he decides to keep a diary to record his photographic achievements Then he finds an old picture, which he is convinced is of an angel, and he is soon in the grip of an obsession Could a newspaper cutting from 1959 be a clue to the angel s true identity

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    1. Graham Rawle is, quite simply, a genius. The only problem with his books is that they take years to put together, so I have to wait to read more. If you've ever thought that experimental fiction is dull, difficult or values experiment over story, then read this and be proven wrong.

    2. Eh. Weak mystery story with clumsy pacing and lacking any real suspense. Nice graphic design elements and page layeout don't save this one. I was told this is "experimental literature" when in fact it's more of a glorified (and not particulaly well-done) graphic novel. If experimental is what you're looking for you might wanna check out "House of Leaves" by Mark Z. Danielewski.

    3. Super creepy but I actually enjoyed it The book put me in a very strange mindset and I am a lover of all things creepy and gory A fun read!

    4. I'm almost embarrassed to say it took a little more than an hour to read, because it must have taken many hours to compose. The result is beautiful and well worth reading.

    5. I don't know what I think about this book. I'll admit, I've never been one for mysteries. Why? Because I lose track, miss things, and never understand the ending. My brain has never functioned correctly when it comes to the mystery. As a result, I almost never read them, and I certainly don't watch James Bond. However, I thoroughly enjoyed Rawle's Woman's World, so I gave this number a try. Whodunnit? I have no clue. Regardless, the narrator is a creepy bastard, and waiting to see what he does n [...]

    6. this was a fun read. good find in a used bookstore. unusual. its been years since i have read it though.

    7. A remarkable read if not a little odd at times. Well worth getting hold of a copy though. remarkable in the sense of the concept rather than the prose but still a jolly good read, what!

    8. I love Rawle's Lost Consonants, but was completely unprepared for the weirdness of this book. I'm still not sure if the protagonist is incredibly naive or just self-delusional.

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