Zonda, September 30, 2009 (view all comments by Zonda)
The characters are strong enough and interesting enough that I can see why rights were purchased to do a show. The writing itself is horrible! Repetitious blurbs continually violate the maxim "show me, don't tell me." Love the show. Love the characters. The book/the actual writing -- not so much so.
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