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This review is from: Hotel World (Paperback)
I picked up the book & tried to read it but the guys working outside he's making way too much noise one of them's wearing a yellow jacket like say you look at the road *random expletive* and see all those yellow markings and things yeah like that & the wankers wont stop so I can't finish the book God even though I haven't even started yet & it's all lobotomic and well I can't really focus can I? God just like that time I was trying to catch the bus and that *expletive* idiot Danny on his motorbike and said what he said with his idiotic loud engine mucking up my ears & God I couldn't even hear so I couldn't read the buses number and went to school late ah here is ah space.
& I digress, but not really.
& am I not a precocious darling with all the literary devices I'm using despite my questionable plot?
& am I writing for reader's or writer's?
& I'm eloquent despite my obtuse prose, inane ramblings and internal babble, dammit!
& now I'm going to drink 'contemporary' wine with the 'real' reviewers and leave you guys to drown in my mess.
This mildly resembles the last 31 pages. Hers is, of course, much more affected. I have to study and write plenty of essays on this silly book for my A-levels, and as you can see I'm not enjoying it very much. With exception of the first chapter (warrants one star) everything else including the narrative is hit and miss. I'm in the middle of an important essay regarding this book and so I kindly took a break and came on Amazon to express my gratitude with this review.
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Initial post: 9 Aug 2014 20:02:30 BDT
Mr. Richard P. Marina says:
How can they applaud this and make people study it? She just dabbled in some creative writing techniques and cobbled them together in a fashion that can be described as poetic. Give me substance. This work is drivel because it uses these artistic techniques but that is really all there is.
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