Review – Vaporware

Carla R. Herrera

vw_cover I’ve read plenty of books that kept my attention to the very end. I hate to use cliches, but sometimes white-knuckled and at the edge of my chair.

Unfortunately, as hard as Richard Dansky tried to do this, in his book Vaporware, he failed. Not miserably. It’s not one of those big fails, because there is a story there.

If the book would have been put through a round of editing, it may have been one of those books you would want to recommend. But the errors, grammar and bad punctuation, in addition to many, many typos, distract from the story.

There are also several product placement spots in the text, that one doesn’t often see in literature. Diet Coke and pop tarts make an appearance, as well as other junk foods.

Though author Dansky may have a few books under his belt, if they are edited as badly as…

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