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Just an awful waste of my time, if I never see the words "burn this book" again it will be too soon.
In a book in which Gutenberg's printing press play such a pivotal role, it is beyond ironic that this book is so chock full of typographical and printing errors.
I kept expecting a clever twist, a creative story line or rich characters, but was very disappointed.
I thought that the story was entertaining and engaging, but I found the breaks in the fourth wall toward the end a little annoying. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Stephanie
I totally love this good. It arrived faster than anticipated, was in great shape, and love the story. Just wish there was more to it than what there. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris Conley
The premise of this book seemed intriguing; however, the story is not very interesting. This seems to me that is meant for a much younger audience. A very dumb younger audience. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nando
After reading this book I was sorely tempted to leave a review emulating the main character of this book -- writing it from his point of view and saying "delete this review" or... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kenya Starflight
Loved, loved, loved this book! Bought a copy for my daughter in law, who is an English teacher. She loved it also. Highly recommend to anyone over 21 years old!Published 3 months ago by Gail rogers
This book takes the perspective of a two-tailed demon who ends up on earth for awhile. I honestly don't understand why people hate it so much, other than the fact perhaps they... Read morePublished 5 months ago by StacyMG
Some people may have an issue with the way this story is presented. From page 1 on the book is it's own narrator. It's a sentient book telling a story about itself. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Allen Lewis