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Search Engine Reputation Management

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review 2019-03-05 01:57
Mockingjay Mocks my Expectations
Mockingjay - Suzanne Collins

2.5 Stars
Mockingjay is the final book of a trilogy I have very mixed feelings for, so it makes sense that I neither like nor dislike this book. I wish it was better, but I'm not disappointed as I learned too much about it before reading to be disappointed. The only two things I liked about the previous books, the Games and Katniss' kickbutt personality, no longer exist in this book. Mockingjay is no longer about Katniss' fight for survival in the Games; it's about war. Some people love these kinds of bleak, hopeless books. I, who would rather not read a near-400 page war account, don't.

There are much worse games to play.

Ultimately, my dissatisfaction is not the book's fault. It's my fault. Mockingjay centers around war, hopelessness, and loss. Katniss is almost unbearably depressed all the time. It's relatively slow-paced and everything happens in the last 50 pages, which leaves us with a rushed conclusion. And was that epilogue really necessary? Though I didn't exactly hate everything about this book and got rather emotional in the last few pages, I am left with a feeling of hollowness and not-caring, which is actually how Katniss felt 99% of the time. 


Read the full review @ my Goodreads.

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review 2019-03-05 01:48
Strange the Dreamer and Why it Made me Dream
Strange the Dreamer - Laini Taylor

By 'dream', I mean 'sleep'


2.5 Stars
Hold your horses, people. Are we even reading the same book here? Is my copy missing something? Am I missing something literally everyone else has apparently noticed?
hold on
In another life, me and Strange the Dreamer could have been friends. In another life, I would have finished and absolutely loved it. But no. This is the life it is, and my heart is mesarthium when it comes to this book. Strange the Dreamer just wasn't my cup of tea, I guess. I was not shocked or blown away or enchanted. Moreover, I predicted the plot twist about a hundred pages before it happened. This book isn't good or bad. It's just meh. It's just there.

“Welcome to purgatory. Care for some soup?”

I've heard many good things about this book, a 4.4 on Goodreads, so, obviously, I came into it with the highest of high expectations. Nearly all my most trusted reviewers gave it either 4 or 5 stars, but between the bland characterization, plot that only came to fruition 90% into the book, boring description, and underdeveloped/insta love romance, I, unfortunately, cannot give Strange the Dreamer anything above two and a half stars.


Read the full review @ my Goodreads.

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url 2016-07-30 22:10
Post on "Bad Advice for Writers"

Funny article that includes such gems of bad advice as:

"There are only two types of reviews: the positive kind, and the kind where the reviewer didn’t understand the book. A bad review of your book is actually a cry for help!


Whenever you see a negative review that makes you say to yourself, “I should reach out to this person, perhaps in a borderline illegal fashion,” by all means do so. Find out where they live if you want! Show up on their doorstep and offer to politely explain how they simply failed to understand your novel. Make it clear that this is something they need to resolve within themselves and not a reflection on your work, and also that there’s no need whatsoever to call the police, so please put down the phone and stop crying."

Source: www.huffingtonpost.com/g-doucette/bad-advice-for-writers-na_b_6056388.html?fb_action_ids=901533933198035&fb_action_types=og.comments
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text 2015-04-19 23:28
Anne Rice wants to dox you!

Some of her followers are pretty scary.

Source: 38caliberreviews.wordpress.com/2015/04/19/anne-rice-wants-to-dox-you
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