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I thought it was too much too. F word all over the first two pages. Add in the repeated sexual perversity descriptions and I almost decided to skip it. I did skip to the end to confirm my suspicions. Ended up going back a couple days later to fini... See Elizabeth’s answer.
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much, much more swearing than first book and really, I am surprised people have no sensitivity to swear words!
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She had 243 f-bombs in the first book. That is like one every other page. More than enough and a sign of questionable intellect. Too many for a quality writer, for sure.
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