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"Christine Horner's futuristic novel will have readers turning pages. The plot is well structured and compelling. Horner's prose is eloquent at times, and she provides creative, realistic-sounding dialects for different characters. Horner's account of the adventures and tribulations of journalist Truby Goodman proves to be a wholly unique and riveting tale. Horner dedicates an ample amount of time to providing detailed backstories for her characters. The well rendered cast will appeal to readers." -- BookLife Prize Critic's Report--This text refers to the paperback edition.
- File size : 4304 KB
- Print length : 1889 pages
- Publication date : August 1, 2018
- Publisher : Yugen Press (August 1, 2018)
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07G43XCR1
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,367,224 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The author's intro in Attribution: The Screenplay drew me in quickly. I felt like I connected with Christine Horner on the writer level and just knew I was going to love this novel in screenplay format despite trying and giving up on several screenplays before. Oh how I wish it had happened that way! I want to be able to say how much I loved this character or hated that one. I'd like to be able to tell you that the action was thrilling and the world portrayed was rich and detailed. I can't say any of those things because apparently I am a reader who cannot read screenplays. That is not the fault of the author, this may be an award winning screenplay, I've no idea. What I can say is that the plot of this story in fascinating and I wish I had been able to see past the format to experience it.
I found this book to be more of a warning of what could come, rather than anything. The world presented of the future, I felt was based on what is happening today. A sort of foreshadowing as to the fact if we don’t get the problems fixed now, this may be the end result. For that reason, I did find it a little unsettling, but intriguing all the same.
Christine Horner masterfully crafted her novel Attribution in this screenplay making it a unique read. It opens the dialog that wasn’t in the novel, but I could not pick one over the other as far as my favorite. I still laugh every time I read about the naked cowboy racing across forbidden lands. I really enjoyed Horner’s introduction. She opened as an author that few can express like she does. It is like she found what drove her and mastered it. Very enjoyable read.
While the screenplay is a bit long (1,890 pages) it’s certainly worth reading. It’s packed with suspense and plenty of thrills which will keep you on the edge of your seat. The characters are also well-developed which help to make this story an even more enjoyable read.
Top reviews from other countries
This is not a book I would recommend simply because I didn’t find it that enjoyable.
The story is set in 2036 and is set around a blacklisted journalist, who finds herself at a career crossroads, behind her is the explosive past and in front humanities future. The heroine of the story Truby Goodman finds she is to be relocated to Americas sector N3-24F, the defunct old faithful inn situated in Wyoming alongside 4 other people she doesn't really know. Previously one of Interpol's most wanted she is now under a plea agreement with the government. Memories haunt Truby of a child that is one of three Alpha Generation geniuses chosen to design something to solve the international water crisis. Truby must risk her true identity as she races to expose the greatest move ever attempted.
After reading the screenplay the parts that weren't understandable in the novel made sense. This was a unique experience