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Cleat Catcher by Celia Aaron
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it was amazing

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If that's true, then Sloane Howell is the greatest flatterer that ever lived. His flattery is legendary, truly. However, despite his pathetic efforts at writing with the same wit and grace I possess, he falls flat yet again.
If I were to describe his chapters, I would say thusly: They are akin to that time you went to the doctor with that ailment, and the doctor treated you, and you thought his advice seemed sound, but on the way out, you saw him eating a bale of hay, because, as it turns out, your doctor is actually:
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Same principle here. Sloane may understand the English language to a small degree, but after that, he's really just a llama pretending to be a writer.
But just as his prose is lowly and simple, mine counteracts it by being fluid and melodious. That's why, yet again, I have granted Sloane zero stars, and myself ten stars, which works out to an even five.
PS Thanks for reading our book. We appreciate you! ❤️
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June 29, 2016 – Shelved

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Miranda Hillers Perfect review


Sloane Howell It's alpaca.


Cathy Middelkamp They still eat hay.... and spit


Sloane Howell Accuracy is important in writing!


message 5: by CC (new) - rated it 4 stars

CC A perfect balance 0+10=5! LOL!!
Good thing math isn't Sloane's strong point. BAHAHA!!


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