Ultimately, I think the flaws in this book stem from the same source: Marcej's creative isolation. It's clearly a personal matter to him, but I think he'd be well served by working with an editor, or even a co-writer, someone who can bring some humor to the mix. The premise lends itself to laughs, and Marcej ought to try and capitalize on that potential. His passion as a creator shines through, but I wonder if it might blindhim to other possibilities. Read Full Review
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