I don’t write many reviews, but this book was so good I wanted to share with future readers.
It moves very fast and is a great read. Also it is proofed. There are very few, if any, typos! You can tell the author took pride in his work, and we the readers benefitted from his hard work.
Mr. Krever wrote a fun and exciting book the way it should be done, and I can’t wait for the sequel!
Thank you for showing that Indie does not mean sloppy. Good luck and again thank you.
There’s been a lot of talk about reviews flying around lately – I have to say, I love this one.
There are a couple of typo’s (or at least spelling errors) while the reviewer’s congratulating me on not having typo’s but that’s entirely sensible – I’m the one selling my writing! In the meantime, you can see that the reviewer (can’t tell male or female so I’m avoiding pronouns, can you tell?) is excited and enthused and wants others to know it.
I have nothing against professional reviewers or anything that creates employment these days, but in all reality, is there anything more we really need to know from a review?
‘I had a great time – read it!’