Good but not perfect.,
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This review is from: Letters to Christian Leaders (Kindle Edition)
First, the good. I found this book's format worked well and the actual content was informative and often deliciously sarcastic. Fans of The Imaginary Friends Show will already be familiar with Jake Farr-Wharton's style and personality, and both are well suited to a book of this kind.
Now the bad. I would have given this book a higher rating, but it is full of typos, syntax errors and grammatical errors (and I mean on almost every page) that I found quite distracting. That's the sort of thing you'd expect to see in a first draft, not in the published version. Was this book proofread at all before publication? It doesn't seem like it.
Bottom line: a good book, let down by its lack of proof-reading.