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Short and not so sweet
on 11 October 2012
Although the content of the book was interesting, I can't give it any more than three stars, for two mains reasons. One, the book itself is very short, as you will see Glenn has 4 'books' in this series.
Each looks to be between 35-70 pages, multiply this by four and you'll get the average length of one book. Instead of splitting into different volumes, in my opinion, Glenn should have made one book and charged accordingly. Although I read the extract of the 2nd book at the end of this one, I'm still unsure as to whether this will eventually follow on from the events in the 1st, if not then maybe this is why Glenn chose to separate them.
This leads me onto my second point. The first book reads almost like an extract from a diary. It just kind of starts with very little background, has a middle then kind of finishes with no real ending. It's more like a couple of sample chapters. A taster, if you like.
I'm not sure if I'll purchase the other books, as I feel they will follow a similar pattern to the above which is a real shame as Glenn writes well and clearly has some stories to tell about his experiences, I just think he's not chosen the best way to do it.