‘How It Feels’, Brendan Cowell

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.


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9 Responses to ‘How It Feels’, Brendan Cowell

  1. Geosi says:

    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.

  2. Margaret Diehl says:

    I am tempted to make a wiseass comment here but you have left the field too open. I will refrain.

  3. Baker says:

    Now, of course, I’m dying to know what you feel about Brendan Cowell.

  4. Jenny says:

    I’m all curious now too. :p

  5. 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!

  6. 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!

  7. doctordi says:

    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.

  8. Sue says:

    I agree wholeheartedly and if you want to read my rant about this then visit my blog.

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