The author takes a project-oriented and archetypal view of the story. I did find it fascinating that stories can be viewed from this point of view. Read morePublished 17 days ago by A.K. Kulshreshth
In my top five screenwriting books (and I've read a lot) simply because it doesn't teach you someone's own technique or principles but simply points out what's already there in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tim Roberts
I had to buy this book for a writing class I took, and so I was forced to read it. I fundamentally disagree with the author's tenets, and assertions, and I find it's use for... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Thomas
Great book as well for screenwriters. Pulled much of his work from Joseph Campbell but breaks it down even further giving new insights that are more current.Published 2 months ago by Brendan F.
This is a must have for the aspiring writers library. Very, very informative, I now see and understand movies, television series, and other media forms more clearly regarding... Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. T. J.
This book is used as a resource not only for writers but executives, producers and directors in the entertainment business.Published 2 months ago by Patricia Jacobs