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While it is not the last word, it could be helpful to other members if a particular book was disappointing for quite a few members.
Could be it would not have many posts as too few would want to be this critical. Or too few would let others influence their reading choices.
Since I am a new member, not sure what would work and what would not.
StephenKingman wrote:Hmm, not sure if this needs a separate forum to be honest, the topic of most disappointing book/author and opinions on same are already well covered in the authors section and the other topics seem to come up on the General reading forum on a daily basis, I think we are well covered in my opinion. If you want to start a thread about your least fave author or book then go ahead.
I'm inclined to agree ... IMO we already have this well covered in the "Review & Discussion of Specific Book or Author" Forum ... although to be fair I note that we (including myself) only seem to post reviews of books we enjoyed, maybe we're just a particulary charitable group & don't like to rain on anyone's parade or maybe it's that we just want to forget all about a negative read.
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I am glad I got this feedback as it is similar to what I was thinking. Just wanted to throw it out there.