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2nd "In Bad Dreams" Review

Horrorscope Review.

What they said about my story: The real world has its fair share of the horrific, and not everything is in the “real” world. Jennifer Brozek’s “Twenty Questions” takes place mostly on the internet, with scenes written as emails and online chats. It’s a refreshing change, but again, there is a predictability to this story. The quality of the writing here is enough to make this, even with the predictability, an enjoyable read

Once again, I am predictable but well written and enjoyable. Again, I'll take it.

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markdeniz
Sep. 6th, 2007 06:22 pm (UTC)
*dances around a little bit*

Why does everything have to be surprising or with a twist?
cartazon
Sep. 6th, 2007 07:37 pm (UTC)
I can't say predictability is a bad thing. When the view is lovely, it's a pleasure to drive along the same road every day. Way to go!
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