I recently resolved not to write any more negative book reviews, which is why you will not be reading my thoughts on Brendan Cowell’s How it Feels. Thank you.
It is good to see you stay glued to your own commitments. However, I may want to find this book and share my thoughts too. Thanks for this post.
I am tempted to make a wiseass comment here but you have left the field too open. I will refrain.
Now, of course, I’m dying to know what you feel about Brendan Cowell.
I’m all curious now too. :p
Geosi, Baker & Jenny: curiosity killed the cat (I quite miss little Fina actually…) Just leave this one alone:
Grad: you are very wise.
Margaret: I appreciate your restraint!
This may be the most note-perfect review I’ve read in years. Thank you for your service to readers around the world. Keep doing great things!
Okay, that’s you and Literary Minded both wildly underwhelmed – might give it a miss. I wonder if it would have had a hope of being published had he not been an established identity as an actor? Irritating to reflect on that, so I’ll stop.
I agree wholeheartedly and if you want to read my rant about this then visit my blog.
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