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Top Customer Reviews
This book desperately needs an editor and/or proofreader. If I was reading an advance copy I would give a lot more leeway given that it’s not uncommon for a book to go out before final edits, but this is a book I paid for, that others are paying for. I’m not going to recap the story as others have done; I am simply going to let you know what you’re going into.
From the very first chapter the book is riddled with malaprop and grammatical errors. In many cases it looks as though the authors used a thesaurus and did not fully understand synonyms offered. Examples:
“I know how nerving this rush hour traffic is.” (unnerving)
“It’s the most innovative ring I have ever seen in my life…” (I have no clue here)
“They look eatable” (edible)
“…plastering on my best New York slang…” (No clue, you can’t plaster sound)
“…and adorningly pampered…” (not sure here, either)
“He didn’t want to detain us from our time together…” (delay?)
“the smell of coconut plummets the air…” (permeates?)
“I decide to let her Goodwill idea puncture my brain…” (ouch!)
“I love these guys and they are priceless when it comes to implantation…” (excellent, implementation)
“Our turnover rate is nearly perfect…” (Retention?)
“…looks like a ravage animal…” (Savage?)
“All of the worry squanders away…” (Melts? Fades?)
“He sounds diverse somehow, from just a moment ago…” (Different?)
That’s only at the halfway point; you catch my drift. There are also multiple times where you’re/your, were/we’re, etc are misused and numerous spelling errors and typos. There are paragraphs where the past and present are used and make no sense. *Multiple* times the singular word breast is used instead of the plural, to the point where I think she might be wearing a sports bra and sporting a uni-boob. There are also many instances of redundancy; it’s clear by the midway point how much Luca loves and appreciates her family and friends, we don’t need reminders every chapter. The foreshadowing is very heavy handed which leads to a bit of predictability in the ending.
I don’t give one star reviews lightly. In the hundreds of books I have reviewed I have maybe a handful, but I just couldn’t let this one go. The bones of this story are good, but it reads more like a rough draft than a book that should be on the market. Put this manuscript in the hands of an editor and you’ll have a completely different book.
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