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3-04-2010 @ 10:03AM
Knaak's writing is not that good, but not that terrible either. It doesn't bother me. But it's the Internet, where extreme opinions are more fun.Most people I know that read, say, more than 2 books a year have different reading modes for different stuff. I have my own "Fast & Furious" mode for stuff I consider disposable, like Warcraft novels. I read them because I'm interested in the lore, I never expected high literary quality from these books. To compare with other bestselling authors that I know, I'd say Knaack's writing is worse than J.K. Rowling's for sure, but on par with Dan Brown's (yes, I have read The DaVinci Code) and the vague recollections I have of Anne Rice's writing (just because someone mentioned her). So there. It's readable, if you read it fast.
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