Authors crave good reviews, especially from specialists in their chosen genre. So when Monster Librarian accepted the task of reviewing The Epitaph of Jonas Barloff, I took a deep breath, crossed my fingers and put my patience cap on knowing this could take a while. A few weeks passed. Nothing. Then I got the highly anticipated yet dreaded email. The review went quicker than expected. This is a good thing, right? No! It couldn't be. I mean, what if they hate it. They'd simply rush through it. Or maybe pitch it aside. Or worse yet, give it a terrible review.
After my breathing returned to normal and my cursor finger relaxed enough to open the email, I focused on the text before me. There it was. That red, screaming Monster Librarian logo with a pair of evil eyes staring back at me. I began to read. Suddenly, the sweat under my armpits began to evaporate. A smile curled the corners of my mouth. THEY LIKED IT. Better yet, they HIGHLY RECOMMEND it. They said things like "fast-paced, likeable characters, hell of a twist ending."
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