|Killer beard, I'll give him that.|
All week it was neck and neck. The Arrival would leap ahead, and then Dickens’ story about cities would nudge up. Then his crusty tome would slip and mine would surge. Back and forth, front to back, side to side. My book held its own against his but could not take the day. But before I get to that, let me share with you what some Amazon reviewers said about Chucky’s book:
“This has to be one of the worst books we've ever read.”Need I say more?
“If you hated Old Man and the Sea, you too will hate this.”
“A boring, wordy book with an unexciting, weak, predictable plot.”
“Some of the key characters were not sufficiently developed, so the ending lost some of its impact. B-O-R-I-N-G.”
|Down to the wire...|
I am suspending my bid for the ranking above Dickens…at least until the next promotion. Don’t even get me started on Carroll.
|4-star average? Whatever.|