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2-23-2010 @ 2:30PM
I figure most of the writers on this site have come into contact with Knaack’s writing at some point, so it’s hard to find someone who is a clean slate to his work. Which would you rather have reviewing this, one of the readers who adored Knaack’s writing or one of them who hated it? I guess there’s a middle-ground out there somehow, but there’s hardly enough people who feel merely ambiguous about his writing. Knaack’s either a hit or miss with most WoW readers.I felt this was a pretty even-handed review. Alex stated his opinion, but not before he stressed there’s something in the book for people to enjoy, and that while he may not enjoy it, other readers (especially Knaack fans) will find an interesting read.
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