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Glad I didn't buy this,
This review is from: The Unquiet Bones: The First Chronicle of Hugh de Singleton, Surgeon (Paperback)
Thanks to everyone who wrote reviews for this book - I was really keen to buy until I read them and so borrowed a copy instead, and got through two pages. How anyone gets through this I don't know. The sentences are all so short and staccato-like, it's like reading a child's reading book - in fact, I've read children's fiction with multi-clausal sentences! What a pity.
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Initial post: 29 May 2010 20:01:01 BDT
Why bother reviewing a book you have only managed to read two pages of? You probably spent more time writing your review than you did reading the book; seriously don't bother next time unless you have at least read the book.
In reply to an earlier post on 26 Apr 2011 23:03:55 BDT
L. Richardson says:
Have to say it's worth knowing that a book can't hold intrest more than two pages. I read the whole thing and was wholly disapointed.
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