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Fred L. Taulbee Jr.
on Aug. 01, 2012 :
Snider has written some good into a couple of old cliches--no offense Ms. Snider--and it's something few writers can do. King even did this once, and I have to admit to not liking his version much. This, however, is quite different and refreshing, with a new spin and a good voice. My only problem is its length, but it wasn't a painful length. Definitely worth reading and paying for...not like the other two stories I bought with this batch, because Snider also knows grammar and mechanics and other basic writing tools. Any problems I had with the writing were that I would've written some phrasing here and there a bit differently. I know it's a horrible thing to have to mention about a writer, but it seems a lot of aspiring writers are under the impression that grammar is not important. I look forward to checking out Snider's other work.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)