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"to the people who write, direct and produce for Hollywood - or desperately wish they did - Bob McKee is a cross between E. F. Hutton and Sun Myung Moon. The man speaks, and people start to take furious notes - he is now the undisputed screenwriting king... for the legendary screenwriting boot camp that he runs. Thirty-thousand aspiring screenwriters have already taken McKee's 30-hour, three-day course..." -- Newsday
McKee's views on Story and the principles he proposes has sharpened my focus on screenwriting. This is a must read for all writers of screenplays and novels. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Boomer
I am so glad I bought this book. I was browsing the "Save The Cat" books and one of the comments was to forget them and buy Story. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Tech Sue
Even thought this book was written for writers of screen plays, it was recommended to me as helpful in constructing a good narrative arc for a memoir. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Georgiana C. Kotarski
This book is really about reinforcing the humanity in writing. I think, it's too dense at some points, but the point does get across. Read morePublished 22 days ago by plokivos
Pretty dogmatic, but you can't argue with success. McKee gives an in-depth analysis of story structure, as understood by 21st century people, that every other writer on fiction... Read morePublished 28 days ago by A. Hawley
This is a writer's bible not a novel. This book is in many ways a book of secrets. Mr. McKee has opened my eyes to a much larger world I am hopeful to understand. Read morePublished 29 days ago by D. Gata
Great insightful book!! I will be keeping this on my desk to refer to often.Published 29 days ago by Madge