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David Fox has commented on (5) products.

The Demands by Mark Billingham
The Demands

David Fox, August 5, 2012

i can't believe i've missed this series. it's excellent.
in the 'The Demands', the protagonist must solve a murder to prevent the execution of another police officer by the muderee's father.
good characters and gripping plot.
Mark Billingham, this is the beginning of a beautiful relationship!
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A Guest in the Jungle by James Polster
A Guest in the Jungle

David Fox, September 5, 2011

Action packed, dogmatic w/o being pretentious or hypocritical, and funny. i snorted tea out my nose.
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Sometimes a Great Notion by Ken Kesey
Sometimes a Great Notion

David Fox, August 14, 2010

this book is in a 3 way tie for "The Great American Novel" [neck in neck w/ Huck Finn and The Invisible Man] 4th place? Neuromancer.
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The Girl Who Played with Fire by Stieg Larsson
The Girl Who Played with Fire

David Fox, January 31, 2010

better than the first one [which was good].
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Perception and Imaging
Perception and Imaging

David Fox, February 8, 2007

This second edition is long overdue. When I first read this book many years ago, I was exposed [sorry] to ideas [figure-ground and Gestalt grouping] that I try to think about every time I photograph. The first edition was a small book. This new edition must more than double the material and appears to preserve Zakia's ability to present complex and occasionally obtuse material in an accessible manner. Lots of cool illustrations, quotes and exercises.
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