Fulk the Reluctant (Harlequin Historical, #713)
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2004
Pages no: 299
Edition language: English
First impressions: Yes, four stars. I KNOW. The only snark-worthy thing about this book was the title. It may be that I'm just reacting to the two underwhelming medievals I read before this one, but this one worked for me.
At least I have a new euphemism. -----------Oh, just....durrrrrrr....I feel like I should come up with some salient criticism of this fulking shite, but I feel a little broken by how fulking boring this whole enterprise is, so I'm just going to make ad hominem attacks and talk smack. Here's the real...
Did you hear about how Pac Man was almost named Puck Man, but they decided not to because Puck can so easily be mistaken for another word? Yeah, I think something like that was happening with Fu*k the Reluctant. Elaine Knighton was trying to bring back the laughter that the video game gods had tak...
So my GRF Elizabeth writes in her review (see here) about problems with reading with feeling.It doesn't work with this book. It really doesn't. There are soooo many questions that one has to ask. So many important questions that reading with feeling goes out the window.Like, would you really wan...