It had to happen eventually, and now it has. After two years and 108 reviews, That Which Should Not Be has finally received its first one star review on Amazon. I present it here in its entirety. From June Savard:
I could’nt even get into this book, I just took it off my reader, so I really can’t tell you more.
Now, I could complain about all that’s wrong with this review. But I’m not going to do that. As I said, this is a time to celebrate. 69 five star reviews. 29 four star reviews. 6 three star reviews. 3 two star reviews. And 1 lonely one star review. How lucky I am.
A big thank you to all of you who have read and reviewed That Which Should Not Be. It’s been truly an honor to write for you. Even you, one star.
One response to “A One Star Review–A Time To Celebrate”
You are not a proper writer until you’ve had a 1*.
High Moor has had 3. I’ll post them here in their entirety.
By Kevin R. Gallan (fredericton,canada) – See all my reviews
i made it about half the way and i knew how thit was going to end …to ..oh it was boring
1.0 out of 5 stars Gripping “High Moor”, April 19, 2013
Just when you think you have read all the werewolf tales possible, along came this tale. If you are a fan of this genre, it should be a good page turner for you!
1.0 out of 5 stars Great plot, April 11, 2013
By kristy bivins
Very imaginable and very interesting. I can not wait to read the next book. Love this series and I am looking forward to reading the next book.
So – 2 out of my 3 1* reviews were from people too dumb to work out a star rating. And the other one was a Canadian word-smith. Don’t worry about it, mate. There are, unfortunately, a lot of people out there who find “Spotty Dog Likes Dog Food” a challenge. It’s a great book. Lots of people enjoy it. Nuff Said.