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Bill Barnett's "It Might Get Weird"

Category: Real estate, Posted:27 Dec 2013 | 06:00 am

There is no doubt that now more then ever, Asia remains absolutely the most interesting place in the world. Sometimes it takes a journey off Wall Street or those gyrating bourses in London, Tokyo or Sydney to see where the real action is.
In Bill Barnett's new book "It Might Get Weird" readers will find a series of collected essays on Asia's real estate landscape from the pages of Property Report Magazine. With subjects ranging from Fight Club, All Night Long in Jakarta, Listening to the Dead Presidents or the Great Toast Crisis the storylines blur in a high definition of airplanes to the thump of ink drying on a passport page.
As "13" is about to be done, dusted and archived to the cloud drive, Bill's thoughts turn to the year that was.
To read "It Might Get Weird" <link>http://issuu.com/thephuketinsider/docs/it_might_get_weird_-_bill_barnett*CLICK</link>

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