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Old 10-04-2012, 08:52 PM   #14307
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Originally Posted by CarolineNH View Post
Just started "Wired" by Douglas Richards. The storyline so far is interesting, but some of the writing seems amateurish, with some long words (Chevrolet Suburban instead of Chevy, for instance, and "fake identification" used instead of shortening it to "fake ID" when we've already established what is being discussed.) The writing style at times seems like what I used to do in college to stretch the paper to the required number of pages when I didn't have quite enough material. I'm on Chapter 3, though, and it seems like it's starting to pick up. We'll see if the editing improves along the way.
I've read that one myself. It was a good thriller, but I had a couple of issues with it. Interested to read your opinion when finished.
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