1) Duncton Rising by William Horwood
Oh dear. You clearly have no taste and I don't quite understand why you go to great lengths to point out that they aren't for children - these were never ever in any childrens sections in bookstores.
As for "these Duncton books" - clearly you're read more than one and if Horwood didn't ever take the trouble to write anything worth reading, why did you bother reading beyond the first one?
2) By Midnight by Mia James
This review is terrible for the simple fact you reveal a huge part of the plot. You criticise the author's writing, but the fact you don't even consider yours proves just how dire you are...
3) The Left Hand of God by Paul Hoffman
What a very poor review. More than OK not to like or rate a book but to so willfully misunderstand huge sections and use such misunderstanding as justification is indolent.
4) Apartment 16 by Adam Nevill
People's reaction to Seth's constant (and supposedly tasteless) use of the "c word" is ironic, given the far-from-subtle undertones of class war in his chapters. Maybe you should just write to Nevill and ask him not to write any more working class, male characters in their 30s. Or completely abandon social realism. One or the other.
5) Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer
Why buy the third book if you didn't enjoy the first two?? Seems to me that you like a moan even more than Bella does.
Clearly, people, I know nothing about literature *winks*
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