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, 29 Aug. 2013
This review is from: 'Loyalty in me Lieth': King Richard III and Francis Viscount Lovel (Paperback)
So many errors in this book that it is hard to know where to begin: the author claims to be writing a completely new type of book and - unfortunately - that is the case. Perhaps, with a thorough desk edit and proofread, this could be readable but it is a nightmare for anyone with a grasp of grammar and syntax. The persistence of apostrophe-and-s to denote a plural is painful, though the misuse of 'there' and 'their' is just as glaring. It's a shame because the author has been meticulous with his research and the basic premise of telling the story through the experiences of Francis Lovell is appealing but the quality of writing and presentation lets the whole book down.
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