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on Aug. 25, 2012 :
I have five categories worth five points each that I then average by five to create a basic review and offer a star rating.
My review for "Two Weeks in the South of France" is as follows:
Book cover – 5 points - extremely vivid
Cohesive storyline - 5 points – the story stayed on subject from beginning to end
Spelling/Grammar/Punctuation (SGP) – 2 points - lots of missing punctuation; many places where punctuation is misused; many missing and misused words; the entire book only needs a quick edit
Character development – 4 points – the mother seemed to play a much larger role overall, but she was very marginalized throughout the story
Credibility - 4.5 points - it would have made more sense to have the mother more involved, since the main character wasn’t really acquainted with the father who was the catalyst for most of the main character’s actions
(reviewed within a week of purchase)