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One Book Reviewer's 95 Theses; Or, Things to Nail on the Door of Random House (or wherever)

Ye olde-school version of A Book Reviewer's 95 Theses
Ye olde-school version of A Book Reviewer's 95 Theses
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  • Dawn N 4 years ago

    #79 and 80 -- WILD APPLAUSE

    I've given up on literary fiction. It's terrible. THAT'S RIGHT I SAID IT. It. Is. Terrible. With very few exceptions, it always tells the same story, it's always miserable, and there is no hope of redemption for anyone, including the author. I used to think the stories were always sad, but now I don't care enough to even summon that emotion. In fact, I'm kinda glad those protags are so unhappy. Given their inner monologues, they deserve it.

  • Karma Bennett 3 years ago

    You had me smiling until #88. Since few indie publishers can afford to release books in hardback, these is basically an admission that you don't think any indie fiction is ever worth reading. Surely you don't believe that!

  • Anonymous 3 years ago

    some one is using my name in forks wa. something about sex tapes, shame on you.

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