Jessica-Lee
Jessica-Lee asked:

How would an author come up with such an interesting title that clearly gives a very brief but simple example about the book? Is it good enough to read?

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George You don't mean "example about". I suspect you mean "idea of". And "brief but simple" is equally nonsense ... maybe "brief and simple"?

And assuming that, I've gotta disagree. The title tells you practically nothing about what the blurb tells you.

As for being good enough to read, check out the reviews. I always recommend the three-star ones, which often tell you what the reviewer found good AND bad, making it easier to see if their taste matches yours.
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