Review 12: Halloween at the Graff

Alright, so this is going to be a really short review, because I just couldn’t finish this book. In fact, I didn’t finish Chapter 1. The writing was terrible. Tortuously long sentences, with far too many adjectives stuffed in to keep track of. As a general rule, if you regularly have paragraphs that are a single sentence – you need to edit! I was struggling with that when I got to the first description of the hero, including his black beanie. Uhhhh… what now?

I don’t know about you, but when I see beanie, this is what I think of:

I don’t care if it’s black, if the guy I’m supposed to fall a little bit in love with is wearing one of these, un-ironically, you’ve lost me.

This book gets one star from me and I don’t even feel bad about it.