Official Review: Words From The Heart Of The Father

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Re: Official Review: Words From The Heart Of The Father

Post by Libs_Books » 08 May 2018, 14:50

I suspect that some people think they can claim religious belief as an excuse for not writing to a professional standard. Maybe they're encouraged by others who think you can't criticise something properly if it arises out of someone's ideas about faith. I'm glad you felt able to give a clear and honest review which outlines some important failings.

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Post by AmySmiles » 08 May 2018, 18:56

Libs_Books wrote:
08 May 2018, 14:50
I suspect that some people think they can claim religious belief as an excuse for not writing to a professional standard. Maybe they're encouraged by others who think you can't criticise something properly if it arises out of someone's ideas about faith. I'm glad you felt able to give a clear and honest review which outlines some important failings.
I wondered that myself. And if I'm honest I almost gave a higher rating because it felt wrong giving such a low score. But I think that as a reviewer even with the same beliefs, it's important to be fair. Religion and belief aside, what rating would I give it if it weren't a religious book. I tried to be unbiased, because I think they all deserve honest reviews. Thanks for reading.
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Post by CommMayo » 30 Jun 2018, 12:41

Oh man, there is no way I could read a book with zero punctuation! Thanks for taking one for the team...

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Post by AmySmiles » 30 Jun 2018, 13:07

CommMayo wrote:
30 Jun 2018, 12:41
Oh man, there is no way I could read a book with zero punctuation! Thanks for taking one for the team...
It was pretty rough.
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