This will be the first book I abandoned in nearly 300 titles. To say it's bloody awful is a huge understatement.
Marsupial pigmies....REALLY? that's the best you could come up with? Your weed is too strong.
Very nicely written but much shorter on action than I had hoped, I guess I should have researched the author. The story is mostly about the emotional effects of a host not how they came or why.
Great pace, well written and very enjoyable. The plot and characters are well developed and all in all it was mostly believable.
I want my money back! Every conservative cliche, scapegoat, straw man ....all in one piece of evangelical propaganda.
Anthony is very easy of the ears, the book is easy to listen too and covers a lot of ground, some of it will be very familiar if you watch his TV shows. Tony often comes full circle when going off on his famous rants, frequently summarizing he understands the victims point of view and perhaps they aren't all bad after all....he's getting mellow in old age.
I really enjoy Tony's honesty, he is frank and self deprecating in a world of food personalities nobody ever really asks hard question of. The book is like Les Halles, it's not the best steakhouse or French Bistro it's just honest and when Tony fries something (or someone) it's truly crispy!
I had gone off Mr King for a long time, this book grabbed me from the beginning and his casual detailed character building is a joy. As usual things get weird at the end but we knew that....
Hard work....never really held my attention.
Pandering to the most macho of readers the writing is awkward and dull.
Perfectly paced and totally addictive, ore please soon!
It is very relevant despite being 9 years old. More to the point the advent of social media breaking down the barriers to customers even further very useful. The concept of "the market" in the oldest sense of the word is very powerful, people meeting, talking sometimes buying sometimes simply sharing information ensures your customers are sticky. There are way too many websites that are simply screen based brochures still in 2009.
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