Sunday, May 30, 2010

Omniscient Takes a Hit

Boy, am I glad they didn't say this about The Famous Author's new book. If he HAD a new book.

"There could have been an element of suspense involved had (the author) not chosen to take an omniscient approach to writing the book; from the reader's perspective, there is nothing remotely surprising or thrilling to any aspect of this often lurid story. Worse, there's a rather silly pseudo-romantic subplot involving (the lead detective) and (another character) that has absolutely no reason for being ... other than as filler to pad the already overlong text."

I know it doesn't matter what they say, as long as they spell your name right. But ouch.

Tell'em to drink Drano, Ms. E.

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