Quite actually, a good book is worth the reading posthaste and a terrible book is hardly worth the mentioning. Why all the hem-hawing over lengthy reviews? Although the following is not a remonstrance, it may be an adequate resolution. For the purpose of keeping them short and to the point, we submit our blurbs:
"An astounding work in human dialogue and perception, with the bravery of pen to reserve the plot's conclusion." -P. Tippin
"Exponentially smarter than most of its readers—more spiritaul, more philisophically sophisticated."
-R. Eric Tippin
The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky