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capable of arousing and holding the attention

capturing interest as if by a spell

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Fascinatingly twisted and multilayered, this reissue of The Viceroys is a worthwhile addition to any Italian-literature bookshelf.
Like last year's anthology Reading Andy Warhol: Author Illustrator Publisher, "Warhol by the Book" seeks to rectify this situation, bringing together some four hundred objects associated with more than eighty different books, from faux-naive self-published pre-Pop titles to the fascinatingly dark Andy Warhol's Index (Book) of 1967, which encapsulates the look and ethos of the Silver Factory at its height.
And she's so seductive that Theo scarcely notices when friend Amy (the fascinatingly versatile Amy Adams) leaves her own man.
The performing area itself centres on a fascinatingly versatile box, its sides opening out in all sorts of ways (rather like a child's set of illustrated hinged bricks) to reveal cutouts of Arcadian landscapes with well-deployed hidden entrances and exits; a brilliant design by Nicky Shaw, so resourcefully lit by Declan Randall.
A wonderful collection of papers published to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Geological Society of America and concentrating on the fascinatingly rich geology, this is published as a part of the Society's field guides (number 33).
Shot through with very Glaswegian gallows humour, Divided is not an easy watch, but as an insight into the psyche of a fascinatingly complex character such as RD Laing, Ian Pattison's play is a remarkable achievement.
Brook was behind in all his games and every one of them was fascinatingly close - he won to 20, 19 and 20
Filmed at fascinatingly close quarters in his early days, this study of WikiLeaks reveals founder Julian Assange as a complex character who may be no more trustworthy than the governments he seeks to expose.
Compellingly, fascinatingly horrible" - Heiress Jemima Khan.
Launched in October 2012, the Galaxy Note-II is an intuitive smartphone and a fascinatingly creative device.
And when he converses with that Hugo bloke (I'm sure he has a surname and a purpose but I'm fine with just Hugo thanks) it's almost incomprehensible that English can be spoken in such fascinatingly contrasting styles.
The result, however, is a fascinatingly fractured glimpse into a disengaged mind and a biopic-in-reverse of its subject, quite unlike any documentary seen before.
Then there's Red Card Roy, the fascinatingly honest story of birds, booze and brawling from Roy McDonough, holder of the British record for the most early baths in a career.
Cleverly written and with a wonderfully intricate plot, Sophie McKenzie manages a text that is fascinatingly complex and yet easy to understand, full of action and excitement which older kids will adore.
The second gives a broad overview of infant brain development and the powerful role played by emotions and interaction, drawing briefly but fascinatingly on the recent findings of neuroscience.