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Review What All Atheist Must Know

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Bookangel, November 10, 2017.

  1. Bookangel

    Bookangel Administrator Staff Member

    What All Atheist Must Know

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    A better argument for a spellchecker and universal education, than for Christianity.

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    Last edited: November 10, 2017
  2. Anna

    Anna Member

    HA. "A better argument for a spellchecker and universal education, than for Christianity." That's the most telling book review blurb I've ever read; punchy and efficient. You would think if you go through the process of writing a book, which takes time and effort (usually), that you'd bother to at least use Microsoft Word.
     
  3. Angel

    Angel Munificent Critic

    You are assuming they are using something as complicated as Word, when they may as well be using Wordpad which just lets you put all the words in willy-nilly without worrying about all those squiggly lines that keep appearing.
     
  4. Belle

    Belle Member

    I have to admit that the title of this book really got my attention, and if I hadn't read the review first, I may have wasted some valuable hours of my life reading this book. Thanks for such a frank review. I agree that if you're going to take all that time writing a book, you may as well spend a little more on ensuring that it's error-free.
     
  5. jessica

    jessica Citizen of Logres

    I tried to read this. :eek: I wish I hadn't.
     
  6. Ellie Jane

    Ellie Jane Member

    Oh, I thought we had been hit by another spammer and was coming to tell them to bugger off. It's too bad the title is written incorrectly. That will be a turn off for most readers.
     
  7. Donna

    Donna Member

    Did the publisher not have an editor look at this before publishing? I see that it is also recommended for young adults and teens. Not a good example of a literary work for them.
     

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