Official Review: Dishonorable Justice

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Re: Official Review: Dishonorable Justice

Post by NL Hartje » 20 May 2018, 11:33

ayoomisope wrote:
16 May 2018, 20:08
Dishonorable Justice: Tales of the Black Widows, by Lance William Hansford, is a fictional crime story of a band of bikers named the Black Widows.
Reading this, I thought, "Cool! I don't see these characters often."

The group is an all-female motorcycle club
Reading this, I thought, "Wowza, something new and refreshing!"


I love coming across a book with an unexpected list of characters! Thanks for this review!
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Post by ayoomisope » 21 May 2018, 18:37

NL Hartje wrote:
20 May 2018, 11:33
ayoomisope wrote:
16 May 2018, 20:08
Dishonorable Justice: Tales of the Black Widows, by Lance William Hansford, is a fictional crime story of a band of bikers named the Black Widows.
Reading this, I thought, "Cool! I don't see these characters often."

The group is an all-female motorcycle club
Reading this, I thought, "Wowza, something new and refreshing!"


I love coming across a book with an unexpected list of characters! Thanks for this review!
Thanks for the comment. True. This is new, and the title sounded interesting when I selected it.
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Post by ayoomisope » 22 May 2018, 17:30

Bianka Walter wrote:
18 May 2018, 05:24
This is a really great premise for a book. What a pity about the editing. It does take away from the story when the book is virtually illegible.
Well done on persevering and for the great review!
Thank you. I appreciate the comment.
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Post by ayoomisope » 24 May 2018, 07:56

kandscreeley wrote:
18 May 2018, 07:49
The errors would definitely take away from the book. In addition, I just don't think that this is a subject I would enjoy. It sounds too violent for me and not a genre I usually read much of. Still, I appreciate the information. Thanks.
Thank you. The book contains violence, but it is not too violent though.
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Post by joshfee77 » 04 Jun 2018, 05:39

This book actually sounded quite good for the first part of your review! But your comments about the poor writing and editing quickly dispelled that notion. And how much irrelevant detail could an author fit into a novel of only 124 pages? Was there any room left for the plot?

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Post by ayoomisope » 04 Jun 2018, 08:09

SamSim wrote:
18 May 2018, 09:42
Another thorough and honest review helps me dodge a reading bullet. Thank you for the warnings about the lack of editing and adult language. This is a new addition to my "not interested" shelf.
The errors are rather unfortunate. They take a while lot away from the book.
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