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This review is from: Seven Days to Tell You (Kindle Edition)
I have to admit that I haven't actually read this book, but it caught my interest as I was browsing, so I read the reviews- all but about 2 are obviously completely fake, which is misleading to readers. One of them compares the author to Dickens. Come on, it's 99p on Kindle, who are you kidding?
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Initial post: 26 Nov 2012 15:24:27 GMT
Queen Bee says:
This is supposed to be a means for reviewing books you have read not ridiculing other peoples points of view.
In reply to an earlier post on 19 Dec 2012 20:45:58 GMT
I totally agree! Well said Queen Bee!
Posted on 19 Dec 2012 20:52:30 GMT
There is no proof that the reviews are fake and I can't quite understand what makes you think that. As someone else commented, this is a tool for reviewing books you have actually read. It is worth bearing in mind that the author is a human being with feelings. That said, your strange review caught my eye and curiosity caused me to buy it, read it and review it myself.
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