The blurb reminds me of DC's Secret Files books. The problem I have with them is identical to the problem I have with the expository blurb below the roll call. Readers should not need a guidebook to read a simple story. The story itself acts as the guidebook as well as entertainment. If the reader becomes confused by the behavior of the characters and confusion is not meant or part of the story, the writer has failed at his job to convey the emotions believably and failed to make the information pertinent to his tale. Read Full Review
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