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Dubois snorted. "How much money?" Broadbent frowned at him. "I think I
understand your objection." "To the artist, sir, kudos comes first. Money is merely
the mundane means whereby he is enabled to create his art." "Hmm ... All right,
so you ...
Dubois glared up at him, did not flinch. Broadbent was a head taller and
outweighed him by twenty kilos. I found myself for the first time liking Dubois; I am
always touched by the gallant audacity of a kitten, the fighting heart of a bantam
Dubois: "All right, then get Doc Scortia over here, hypnotize him, and shoot him
the happy juice. But don't tell him the score— not until he's conditioned, not while
we are still on dirt." Broadbent: "Uh, Scortia himself told me that we could not ...
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I was surprised how much I liked this book. It's a relatively simple and predictable plot: Lorenzo Smythe is an actor hired to impersonate a politician at a key political moment. Only thing is, the ... Read full review
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An actor finds himself in a dangerous role. he is told the president of mars has been kidnapped, and he gets the job. But he finds out the kidnappers are also the men who have hired him.... Read full review