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Who is an author everybody seems to love and you can't stand

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Post Number:#46 by Lincolnshirelass
» 06 Nov 2017, 07:39

I've never really got along with Patricia Cornwell - crazy thing is, I actually admire her as a person, and once really enjoyed an interview with her, but I've not yet 'clicked' with her books. Maybe some time .....
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Post Number:#47 by DATo
» 14 Nov 2017, 01:36

I am grateful to learn that so many people dislike Steven King. I always thought it was just me. I felt alone and isolated in my dislike for this guy's work. As a result of reading this thread I now stand proudly, thumb on nose, and wiggling my fingers at Steven King.

Fairness Note: To prove that I am an honest man worthy of being left alone in a room with your silverware I must say that Shawshank Redemption and Silver Bullet were not that bad, but that's 2 out of 50+ novels - not a very good average.
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