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Everyman: The Story of Patrick McGoohan - The Prisoner

by Brian Gorman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0993204333, Paperback)

Very cleverly told. Using McGoohan's iconic hero of Number Six as an overviewing narrator and interspersing the well-remembered questioning tone of the idealistic everyman across the entire biography gives a great feel of in-character drama. While biographies can often be leaden in their pedantic attempts to detail a life's minutiae, this approach-coupled with its theatrical visualisation-wonderfully reflects the very goals of its subject, to rise above the predicable and the mundane. Dez Skinn Former Head of Marvel UK, creator and editor of Doctor Who Magazine and Starburst Magazine, and creator of graphic novel V For Vendetta.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 27 Jun 2016 15:10:10 -0400)

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