I'm trying to figure out why you would bother to read 100 pages of any book at the beginning, 100 in the middle, and 100 at the end unless it was a 300 page book!!
What's there to figure out? The book was boring but the story was great!
I skipped three hundred pages at a time and still didn't miss much of the story. :roll:
This was MY opinion. It had absolutely nothing to do with trying to confuse you, or anybody else. So what? Eventhough most of them have horrible writers and editors, I love ALL
Star Wars novels. And yet, I cannot finish a long winded Stephen King novel.
Stephen King used to write great books: Christine
and Pet Cemetery
among just a few. As Richard Bachman he was even better, IN MY OPINION.
My favourite book ever is Great Expectation
. I've read it at least once a year for the past 15years. And yet I've yet to finish Oliver Twist
, by the same author. Started it just as many times and yet I can't get past chapter thirteen. Anybody else have that same 'problem'? It won't hurt my feelings if the answer is "no!". :twisted:
modified7 take it easy! These were my opinions. Just because my reading habits are different than yours, doesn't mean I'm getting anything less out of it than you are. I have precious few years left in life and I have no tolerance for filler in writing. "Get to the point"
Thanks for your time