Grand Disasters What Kevin McCloud Really Thinks?

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Kevin McCloud's true feelings about what passes for architecture appear to be well hidden. In direct proportion to the featured owner-idiocy-index, KMac assumes the temperament of the reasonable man. As the owners' naivety / arrogance / imprudence / crassness increases so does KMac's professional balance and just assessment. But look past his mild qualms as expressed to More

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About Kit Peek

Not young, not ancient; not beautiful, not plain; not exotic, not bland - it seems I’m average. Let’s hope the writing is not. And have I always wanted nothing else than the writer’s life? - no. But I want it now, after some time doing what most of us do - waste youth, get married (happily), raise a family, and look about at the wide world.
I’ve written a few pieces for publication, done a writing-connected course, and have partially completed several longer stories which will, with gritty effort, see the light of public appraisal.

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tony parsons reviewed on on Jan. 8, 2014

Kevin McCloud's Grand Designs produced episodes of defacing or destroying architecture. Funny thing was Kevin was once an architect. Torn between 2 worlds will Kevin start designing again? It took me to the very end but I think I got the short story. I still will give the short story 5 stars.
Thank you for the free book
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
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