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Bound Paperback – October 1, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
The story is incredibly disjointed, there are no characters of any worth, and the protagonist is written as a simpering moron with no redeeming value whatsoever. I've never left a review on Amazon before, but felt it necessary to spread the word to potential victims of this work. It has joined the bare handful of books I've purchased but will never finish reading.
After looking at other reviews for this book, I am seriously beginning to call into question the validity of the reviewers. Too many absolutely glowing reviews for what is such an obviously flawed book. Well written and properly edited works do not get that kind of response. It doesn't make sense. Something fishy is going on...
I thought all books were edited by the publishers, but I have noticed this trend in a lot of the newer books especially.
Bound by Lee Taylor was a fantastic read!
I read a TON of books, many YA or paranormal books, and can I just say THANK YOU MR. TAYLOR! A male POV!! I can tell you honestly, that I have a 16 year old son who reads (not a ton...stressing the 16 year old son part!) and he could not put it down! Sam, my "manchild", enjoys books by Shakespeare and Steinbeck, as well as Tolkien, and he was so excited to get his hands on Bound...he was immersed from the get go!
The humor in this book- right up my alley! The writing flowed and I never found myself stuck in a plotline anywhere. Mr. Taylor's writing is engaging and I had trouble putting Bound down.
This story, Ursine's story, is one of those that stays with you even when you're forced into such trivial things as sleep or eating...and those are the kind of stories I LOVE!!
If you haven't read BOUND yet, you NEED TO!! Lee Taylor is a name you want to remember.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What a book wow!!!! please give me more, the characters were awsome and I could not put this book down.Published on April 28, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Lee still needs an editor, neat ideas, but needs work on its execution. It has some pretty decent characters, they just need to be flashed out a bit better for me.Published on April 18, 2013 by Stephen T. De Marino
I think most of the positive reviews are sock puppets. Awful grammar. So bad it became confusing and you couldn't tell what was going on even when you reread the sentence two or... Read morePublished on April 6, 2013 by Amazon Customer
OK starting with the title this NEEDS editting. Wrong words, missing words and misplaced commas. You name it its here and it is very distracting. Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by Bryce
My number one struggle with Bound was the evident lack of time put toward editing. I understand that individuals from the UK have different understandings of grammar and... Read morePublished on September 11, 2012 by Rachel A. Olson
I just finished reading this book. It was very interesting with the inclusion of the various supernatural beings. Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Amazon Customer