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    Thumbs up BOOK: Asylum


    Asylum by Christopher Payne.
    This is a stunning book about Asylum's in the USA. Loads of pictures and plans. Recomended +++




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    I've had this on my Amazon wish list for ages... perhaps I should treat myself.

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    Awesome book - I'd recommend it to anyone

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    Looks fantastic. May have to invest I think!
    Wurzel UE -
    'busting Bristol wide open since 2010'

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    I ordered this yesterday after reading some good stuff on it. I will report back on what I think of it. I also bought a book on Bethlem Hospital which sounded really good.
    "Youíve got to push yourself harder. Youíve got to start looking for pictures nobody else could take. Youíve got to take the tools you have and probe deeper"

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    sat on my desk as we speak well worth a look also http://www.amazon.co.uk/Buddleia-Dance-Asylum-Journey-Hospital/dp/1907040013

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