General Discussion (All Topics) Message Board
Virginia Llorca posts on 1/27/2014 11:19:56 PM
I think it would be fun to feel antagonistic about the supposed protagonist. It would add levels to your read, thinking about why people like him/her or put up with it. But I read one that it was not the main character but close and he was such a bad dude. No redeeming qualities and the next book was going to be about how he has a change of heart and becomes a do-gooder. Could not read that. He was such a jerk.
Edina posts on 11/5/2013 5:14:46 AM
Do you ever read a series and you like everything about it except the main character? I am three books into a series right now and I like the stories and the suspense and the plots and a lot of the side characters but I just dislike the "hero" so much!
jg_test posts on 10/20/2013 9:58:14 AM
Note: Your message may not post if (1) it has foul language, (2) it promotes other websites or (3) it is written in baby talk. Off-topic postings are also subject to removal.
tester posts on 10/1/2013 8:07:11 PM
Please enter the number 43 plus one in the line above
madison posts on 10/1/2013 11:29:22 AM
I dont know what is up with the review function but can you start a page for an author - like the page links for James Patterson or Deric Longden - and then just post a review or comment about the books that way?
test posts on 9/30/2013 8:25:37 PM
testing testing testing
John Darrin posts on 9/6/2013 11:34:34 AM
How do I submit a book for review or a book review I have done?
Fran posts on 8/23/2013 4:32:52 PM
Of the authors at the center of “review” schemes, Melissa Foster was one of the most egregious. Melissa Foster’s scams revolved around questionable awards, questionable reviews, and questionable promotion tactics involving friends, family, and other authors.
Melissa Foster is the poster child for fake writing awards. The complete story zonalert . wordpress . com
Erik Kaye posts on 3/26/2013 4:56:11 PM
The book "Eagles in the flesh" a nonfiction adventure just open and hang on.
Scott Evans posts on 3/7/2013 8:21:35 AM
I would love to see you do a book review of “Foxavier and Plinka”, a wonderfully funny and satirical novel about the mental health system and food industry.
A forty year old virgin with OCD being driven crazy by diets and junk food commercials meets a women with bipolar disorder, and together they ride a roller coaster of love, and use public art to fight a corporation distributing psychosis causing cookies.
What critics are saying:
5.0 out of 5 stars. A whimsical tale from an institute that would have Ken Kesey Cuckoo with jealousy. From the twisted (in the BEST way) mind of Scott Evans comes this soon to be classic tale of love and cookies. You, too, should be committed if you don't wisely invest the cost of an angus burger in expanding your mind through this delightful story. If that doesn't convince you, have one of these Kooky cookies and think it over.
--By Nick Rebori
Click Here for Messages:
1 - 10
11 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 40
41 - 50
51 - 60
61 - 70
71 - 80
81 - 90
91 - 100
101 - 110
111 - 120
121 - 130
131 - 140
141 - 150
151 - 160
161 - 170
171 - 180
181 - 190
191 - 200
Note: the views expressed here are only those of the posters.