他的血腥工程是一本很棒的书,伯内特的第二本。这本小说由苏格兰一家小公司出版,讲述了1869年罗德里克·麦克雷犯下的三起谋杀案,据说是根据现实生活中的文档和报纸报道改编的。这种扭曲的历史杂乱无章的哈茨帕是符合洛伦佐·布尔内特以前的作品的。他是一位作家,他继承了犯罪惊悚片的传统,并把它们与密集的历史研究和一些元小说结合起来,创造出真正神奇的东西。尽管如此,他的出版商,小小的印象萨拉班德,却没能开展多少营销活动,小说也像大多数小出版社的小说一样黯然失色。在被列为今年布克奖的候选人之前,他的血腥计划卖出了600本,这个数字让许多小出版社的作者都熟悉。事实上,在宣布前一周,这本小说正好售出了一本。获奖后的一周?5622份。这部入围作品对他《血腥工程》产生的巨大影响部分归因于这本书的投放和写作更像是一部犯罪惊悚片,而不是一部关于犯罪的复杂历史小说。伯内特创作了一部深具想象力的作品,深入探究了19世纪中叶苏格兰一种晦涩、基本上与世隔绝的文化(这本书为那些没有沉浸于这种文化中的人提供了词汇表),但也提供了对凶手的复杂心理描写,一个质疑他的人。他周围的社会结构变得强烈反对他觉察到的不公平。在这些复杂和微妙的事情中,他的血腥计划与布克奖得主埃莉诺·凯顿的《灯塔》处于同一般舞台,该片也在令人愉悦的文化、历史调查和娱乐的层面上掩盖了一起谋杀案。伯内特的小说是以现代惊险小说的风格写成的,这给毫无疑问有助于其销售的故事增添了现代刺激的色彩,甚至那些像灯塔书那样博学多闻的文学装腔作势的读者也会在伯内特的书架上找到很多红肉。瑞,他结合了杀人犯迷人的声音,讲述了杀人的原因,并讲述了一系列关于随后的调查和审判的叙述,这些叙述将抓住一部好的神秘惊悚片的任何粉丝。尽管如此,即使没有伯内特的惊悚风格,这本书也可能出现激增;布克奖以推动其上市和获奖图书的销售而自豪。2014年的获奖者,理查德·弗拉纳根的《通往深北方的窄路》自发布以来已经在全世界售出了一百多万册,许多布克人很自豪地通知你,这个数字超过了弗拉纳根以前作品的总和。去年的获奖者,马龙·詹姆斯的《七宗谋杀案的简史》,在被公布后一周内就卖出了12000多册,曼布克人想让你知道,这个数字比他前一周的销量增加了近1000%。当然,这些文学奖本应是有声望的,而不仅仅是营销技巧,但在现代,它们当然是混为一谈的。值得注意的是,曼布克奖还授予50000英镑,总计约610000美元,而且相对而言,很少有职场小说家会不乐意获得这种发薪日,不管销售情况如何。销售业绩显著的事实真是锦上添花。所有这些都不应该暗示洛伦佐·布尔内特的成功都是宣传和奖赏。他的血腥计划是一本优秀的,迷人的书,研究充分,写得清晰,节奏熟练。这是一本让你感觉像是在读一本轻快的犯罪小说的书,而实际上你读的东西要多得多。

新西兰梅西大学论文代写:畅销书

His bloody project is a great book, Bernett’s second. Published by a small Scottish company, the novel tells of three murders committed by Roderick McRae in 1869 and is said to have been adapted from real-life documents and newspaper reports. This distorted and chaotic history of Hartspa is consistent with Lorenzo Burnett’s previous works. He is a writer who inherits the tradition of crime thrillers and combines them with intensive historical research and metafiction to create something truly magical. Nevertheless, his publisher, little impression of Salaband, has not been able to carry out much marketing activities, and his novels are as eclipsed as those of most small publishers. Before being listed as a candidate for this year’s Booker Prize, his bloody plan sold 600 copies, a number familiar to many small publishers. In fact, one week before the announcement, the novel was sold. A week after winning the prize? 5622 copies. The great impact of this short-listed work on his Bloody Project is partly attributed to the fact that the release and writing of this book is more like a crime thriller than a complex historical novel about crime. Bernett has created an imaginative work that explores an obscure, largely isolated culture in Scotland in the mid-19th century (which provides vocabulary for those who are not immersed in this culture), but also provides a complex psychological description of the murderer, a person who questioned him. The social structure around him became strongly opposed to the injustice he perceived. Among these complications and subtleties, his bloody project is on the same stage as the Buck Prize winner Eleanor Keaton’s Lighthouse, which also masks a murder at the level of pleasant culture, historical investigation and entertainment. Bernett’s novel is written in the style of modern thrillers, which adds modern excitement to stories that undoubtedly contribute to its sales. Even readers with literary pretensions like lighthouse books will find a lot of red meat on Bernett’s shelves. Ray, who combines the murderer’s charming voice, tells the cause of the killing and a series of narratives about subsequent investigations and trials that will capture any fans of a good mysterious thriller. Nevertheless, even without Burnett’s thriller style, the book could surge; the Booker Prize prides itself on promoting its listing and sales of award-winning books. The winner in 2014, Richard Flanagan’s Narrow Road to the Deep North, has sold more than a million copies worldwide since its release. Many Bookers are proud to inform you that this number exceeds the total number of Flanagan’s previous works. Last year’s winner, Marlon James’s Brief History of Seven Killings, sold more than 12,000 copies within a week of its publication. The Manbucks want you to know that this figure has increased by nearly 1,000% over the previous week’s sales. Of course, these literary awards should have been prestigious, not just marketing skills, but in modern times, they are certainly mixed up. It is noteworthy that the Manbuck Award is also awarded 50,000, totaling about $61,000, and relatively few novelists in the workplace will be reluctant to receive such a payday, regardless of sales. The fact that sales are remarkable adds to the cake. None of this should imply that Lorenzo Burnett’s success is propaganda and reward. His bloody plan is an excellent, fascinating book, well-researched, well-written and well-paced. It’s a book that makes you feel like you’re reading a brisk crime novel, and you actually read a lot more.

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