Talk:Cliff McNish

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There is a problem here, folks. This is an article about the author yet it says nothing about him except for his book trilogies. At the same time there is The Doomspell Trilogy and The Silver Sequence which also talk about the books he has written. Cliff McNish should be about the author and the other articles about each trilogy. I'm going to suggest a section merger for the books and then someone can work on the authors personal life in this article. --Brad101 01:37, 24 June 2006 (UTC)

One year on: I've removed references to McNish's other books on the trilogy pages, and added Breathe to this page, although I barely remember anything about the book. I also made a note about McNish in general, that his books are packed with strong but weird imagery. No sources, I'm afraid, but it'll do until there are. 217.44.116.12 10:38, 3 July 2007 (UTC)