The Nerve of Some People

I stumbled upon a review yesterday, and I have been turning it in my head… I gave it over night to let it stew and have decide that it REALLY pisses me off…
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Not because of the two stars – so what if she didn’t like the ending; if you want to like the way every book ends, write your own.
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I didn’t mind the part where she gave huge spoilers; it happens.
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What I did mind was the opening sentence… and I quote…”I’m glad I waited until this book was made available on KU, because otherwise I would have returned it.”
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I have news for you, LADY – if you go to the movies, and you don’t like how it ends, you DON’T pick up your refund on the way out the door. You bought a ticket to ride, and you get what you get.
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The very idea of saying such a thing negates her opinion to me – not just on my book, but every other book or review she has ever written. You can’t advocate THEFT and then expect people to respect your opinion.
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I’ll stop there, because this could turn into a very serious rant, and I’m just not going to do that.
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What I am going to say is, THE IRREVOCABLE SERIES is a realistic scifi – a glimpse into the possibility of a true Armageddon…. and yeah, the whole thing is free on KU. Oh, and it’s a clean read, with no descriptive sex or violence. I hope you enjoy it, but please don’t steal it, or anyone else’s book just because Amazon will let you….
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❤ Sam

2 Comments

  1. Posted March 26, 2016 at 1:01 pm | Permalink | Reply

    It’s sad that so many people think returning books after they’ve read then is perfectly okay.

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  2. Posted February 16, 2017 at 5:39 pm | Permalink | Reply

    It’s too bad that reader was dense. I loved this series and wished it could go on. You’re a fantastic author and I am not only going to read all your books but I’m going to promote the heck out of them! @v@ ❤

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