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Typos are lethal to 98% of the population. Be thankful Typo Squad is on patrol …Richard Shonnary was a Typo Squad legend. He had a gift for seeking out and destroying errorist cells, and was almost singlehandedly responsible for bringing about the end of errorism. But one night, a single errant bullet fired by his brother prematurely ended his career.Convinced to come out of self-imposed retirement after five years, Richard unknowingly gives rise to his greatest enemy — Anton Nym. Will he and his new partner be able to stop this latest threat before deadly typos are unleashed upon an unwitting world?
Pros: The bouquet of quips brings out the literary dork in us all and the dialog is extremely well written, which is quite hard for writers to master. The tone is smooth and consistent throughout – also very hard to accomplish. But, don’t be deceived by the jokes. The book is fun and tasty but it was crafted by a writer who knows what he’s doing.
I love the way the book ends and definitely enjoyed it enough to read cover to cover.
Cons: Seeing Jesus and Jesus Christ used as expletives is tough for me because the name is sacred. There’s nothing else in the book that gave me pause. The characters talk like normal people and aren’t stilted in any way.
Definitely a fun and quick read – constantly entertaining. Good purchase and very share-able to literary friends and pun lovers.