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Oh. My. G... No, just: Oh. My.,
This review is from: The Shadow God (Hardcover)
Astonishingly, amazingly, alarmingly bad. Just terrible. Not, and I stress this, NOT "so bad it's funny". Past that, in fact, and out the other side to "so bad I cried for the trees that lost their lives".
Really, I mean it: horrible, horrendous abuse of the concept of "novel".
All else aside, this book *does* serve well as proof that editors can't be replaced by "spell-check". Look at the author's own statement above, for example: "constant run-in"? "No, Tom and I aren't married or anything, we're just having a constant run-in. Yeah, been 12 years now."
Or my personal favorite, from the book, the (mobile?) blue glow emancipating from the closet, er, wait- now it's in the basement. "Emancipating from the basement". Did I miss something? Was Lincoln down there?