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  1. Zieki

    Zieki Member

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    Chase scenes

    Discussion in 'General Writing' started by Zieki, Apr 26, 2012.

    Hey guys, I did a search for chase scenes but didn't find anything in the first few pages of the search. Could anyone point me in the direction of a well written, fast paced chase scene. I'm in the midst of writing one and while I like what I currently have I definitely feel like it needs some work and could be helped by reading some other chase scenes.

    Thanks it advance.


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  2. GaleSkies

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    Go check out some of Robert Ludlum's Bourne Identity.
    He mixes action and exposition very well. I find that I prefer a good chase scene when it is mixed with expositional content. Although, I don't think everyone would agree with me when it comes to pacing of a chase scene.

    The part I'm thinking of is chapter 5 pages 63 to 78 in my printing. The whole book is loaded with action.
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