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Marion Zimmer Bradley's Sword And Sorceress XXIV Paperback – November 15, 2009
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They mostly fall into the "adequate" range, with a few a notch or two above that level, and a few a notch or two below it. But what's worse is that the editing/proofreading in this book are TERRIBLE. Granted, it's nothing new for books in this series to have a mistake or two slip through the editing process; that sort of detail work was never Bradley's strong suit, and it doesn't seem to be Waters', either. But the sheer volume of errors in this book is large enough that it can't be overlooked; we have (both on page 109) "...Nabar tumbled back onto in the floor" and "AS Nabar watched..."; we have, on page 122, the ambiguous referent "Two years ago, they had found the young kittens...by the body of their mother." (Whose mother? The kittens', or the "they" who had found them? And are there any other kind of kittens besides "young" ones, anyway?); on page 134, we find "The next guard as (rather than was) no match for her brother..."; on page 138, we have a hyphen instead of an m-dash ("...stark against the sky-less impressive when seen straight on.") Page 141 finds "As if you mean there's nothing to fear than honor in peril." Page 143 has the interesting description, "The room wasn't that bad...with a bed that looked (and smelled) like it actually held fresh straw and a chest for clothes." (Sounds lumpy.) Page 148 (still the same story as the previous two comments) has "No way knowing." (Rather than "of" knowing.) Page 150 (Again, same story): "...and that mean (rather than "meant") it gave him extra strength.Read more ›
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Very prompt! Got it just before I needed it. I have the series! Love it; love it; love it; love it!Published on February 15, 2014 by Elaine Childers
perfectly condition. The item arrived on time as expected. I would definatly order from this person again. Thank you for the wonderful item.Published on December 8, 2011 by Christine
The quality of the stories is not what it used to be - I dont know whether it is the loss of MZB's hand at the helm, or just that the best contributors have already 'done their... Read morePublished on June 2, 2010 by kayanne