The Book That Lost Your Attention

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Wow, kudos for changing the

Wow, kudos for changing the headline. I'll have to go buy a copy now? And, um, Danny is right, I guess!
- J. James

J. James more than 6 years ago

Why is everyone so mad? Oh, I

Why is everyone so mad? Oh, I see... you didn't realize that this is a 'finding', and that these questions were taken from inside the book itself, and if anything, is a comment on the publisher and their silly, grammatically-flawed 'book club questions'.

C'mon people, now what are you gonna do with all that misplaced anger, huh?

Danny Ampersand more than 6 years ago

I don't get it? This is your

I don't get it? This is your webpage's headline? Bashing a guy's book and then not backing it up?

The headline leaves a bad taste in your mouth for the book, yet the article is bookclub questions?

Sloppy. Poor taste.

This was a damaging attempt at wit.

Try again before you have everyone dismissing the guy's book.
That said, I haven't read the book. Can't say I plan to now. Pat yourself on the back for that, if that was your goal. Otherwise, maybe change the headline?

J. James more than 6 years ago

Pffft..... That is all.

Pffft..... That is all.

Mr. T more than 6 years ago

With a headline that

With a headline that decisive, I was expecting a review (or at least an accompanying sentence).

Ruth more than 6 years ago

Folks, at least take the time

Folks, at least take the time to review the book and stop pretending this is Pitchfork Media or something of the sort. At least you didn't waste any paper with it (unless there's a print version I'm unaware of, which would be a terrible watse of trees).

David more than 6 years ago


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