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Enjoyable continuation of the story - *extremely* poor grammar, spelling and proof-reading
on 20 January 2014
First off, I must say that I've bought all of these books to date. I understand the nature of Kindle and authors now being able to get their work out to the masses and the issues that can arise due to that. However, it's about time to mention how poorly these books are, and continue to be written.
*POTENTIAL SPOILERS AHEAD*
This book, out of all of them is out and out the worst. I don't even know where to begin. Incorrect spelling abounds. Grammar is all over the place. Flat out incorrect *words* not spelling mistakes and basic mistakes being made about things like character names. At one point, Meredith and Milly were mixed up. For those that don't know, Meredith is a dog and Milly is a little girl they rescued.
As I said originally, I accept that due to the nature of how this works, problems can arise but I've been forgiving of those problems for over a dozen releases now and I doubt that unless things dramatically change, I'll be paying for any more.
See, here's the thing. These books aren't cheap, at release. I paid over £3 for this, when other physical, printed books that will have been proof-read and had issues fixed, only costs a couple of quid more. If I'd paid for a physical copy of this, it would be returned.
I'm really sorry Mr Haywood but you need to work with your editors and proof-readers much more before the value of these books is justified. My partner, also an avid reader, advised me to stop reading and delete the series because she believes putting ones self through badly written books is a waste of their time.