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When A Woman's Fed Up (Book) - 3/27/2007 12:30:44 PM
Although I don't get a very good sense of what this novel is actually about, (unless it revolves around Alex and Randall), judging from the excerpt- and I am assuming that the letter from Randall is part of the excerpt although it is not listed as such, what I read lacked punctuation (commas) as well as errors in speech. For instance, "He did not have the courage and decency to call instead of sending a letter in the mail" might sound better to say: He did not have the decency to call, instead, sending a letter in the mail. Also, for the writer to end a personal letter with his complete name seems odd, considering they had a past relationship, and she would/should know who he is if he simply ended it with "Randall." If the author wants to let the reader know his last name, she should find another way to express it. Also, the sentence beginning with "He must be afraid to face me..." doesn't quite make any sense. Indicating from the letter, he doesn't appear to be "afraid" nor is he trying to get her to make the "first move." Didn't he already make it when he wrote the letter asking her to contact him?? Obviously, this book is already written and published, but just from the above reasons, I would hesitate to purchase and/or read it.

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