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'A dark edgy thriller packed with genuine suspense and a real sense of danger, diving back in that vast obscurity beyond the city, where the dark fields of the. The dark fields. byGlynn, Alan, Publication date Topics Freelance journalism, Drug abuse, Genius. PublisherNew York. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Alan Glynn has created enough twists and thrills to keep readers site Store; ›; site eBooks; ›; Literature & Fiction . His first novel, The Dark Fields, was released in March as the movie Limitless by.
Needing a history of its greatest illegal hits, of all things. And taking MDT, as well. Well, if the author was going to refer to Russian mafia, he shouldn't have really called them 'zhuliki'. W: He was still a bonehead, a zhulik. Anyway, the mafia were pale readymade cutouts. The plot Like who and why and what for offed the dealer, Vernon? Why did our guy start eating a bunch of god knows what tablets? What kind of drug trials are performed this way?
Couldn't that outsised brain could have been used from the beginning to: - analysing what the hell the MDT was and - how to improve it and - how to get rid of all the deadly side effects and - where did it get from and - how to fix the supply and - where to store the MDT and - what else can be done other than doing the investment analysis that can be done perfectly well without any enhancements, thank you?
The idea that the author, maybe unintentionally, got across is that no matter how much potential people have, they inevitably waste it. Imagine you get access to drugs that make you the smartest person around. What would you do?
But no other producer — and I met with quite a few over the years — would have had that killer script under their arm. The producers I met with — always at their request, and usually approaching option renewal time — were enthusiastic and persuasive and generally convinced that they could make things happen.
And the second reason is that you were also upfront with me. From the very beginning.
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But I think writers tend to understand each other. We understood each other pretty quickly and trust built up as a result. Plus I got it that you were trying and trying and that it was never easy. So no. I just opened your book, jotted down some notes, sat at the computer, and went nuts.
I knew I was going to have to invent more plot. Movie audiences are more ADD-ish than book readers, and there were going to have to be some extra twists and turns.
Kinda, sorta. I had a general idea of where it was going to end up. But mostly, I surprised myself. And most unusually — I had never done this before — I wrote myself into a corner more than once.
I found that if I had to think like a Smart Person to get Smart Eddie out of a situation, more interesting ideas presented themselves.
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And most unusually — I had never done this before — I wrote myself into a corner more than once. Freelance journalism. Alan Glynn.