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CollectionsYour library (300), Wishlist (158), Currently reading (13), To read (47), To Read AGAIN (8), Read but unowned (10), Favorites (11), Collectible (First Ed, Autographed) (4), Mira Grant/Seanan McGuire (6), Dresden Files (6), X-Files (7), Sano Ichiro (17), Area 51 (9), Need to Review (7), Review/No Obligation (1), Reviewer Book Not Received (4), Started to Read but Couldn't Finish... (1), Books I got rid of... (24), Books I wrote... (1), All collections (501)

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About meReader, writer, dreamer, Shamisen lover/player (三味線)

I am wondering why people reviewing books here and on other websites feel obligated to give 4 or 5 star reviews to books that deserve 1 or 2 stars. Many times I have asked myself, "Am I reading the same book this person reviewed???" Give an HONEST are not helping other readers or the author by inflating your rating to save people's feelings from being hurt. If an author wants good ratings, he/she should write a good book/story. Put time into it, don't just throw an e-book up on Amazon because you can...
I find myself wishing for the days when authors had to struggle to get a publishing house to even look at their manuscript. Now anyone with a computer can be a "published author". Are there some first-time e-book author success stories? YES, of course...but they did it the RIGHT way, they probably at least edited their work.

GroupsAsian Fiction & Non-Fiction, British & Irish Crime Fiction, Crime, Thriller & Mystery, Historical Mysteries, Japanese Culture, Korean Authors and Literature, Post-apocalyptic Literature, Steampunk, The Green Dragon, Writer-readers

Favorite authorsMr. Kyle M Abbott, Renni Browne, James Church, P. C. Doherty, Alan Gordon, Keigo Higashino, Natsuo Kirino, Seanan McGuire, Miyuki Miyabe, Yi Munyol, Ryū Murakami, Jo Nesbø, Laura Joh Rowland, J. R. R. Tolkien, Ko Un (Shared favorites)

Favorite publishersAngry Robot, Orbit Books

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Member sinceApr 8, 2012

Currently readingThe Man with the Baltic Stare: An Inspector O Novel by James Church
The Concubine's Tattoo (Sano Ichiro Mysteries) by Laura Joh Rowland
The Picture of Dorian Gray (Modern Library Classics) by Oscar Wilde
Robotech: The Macross Saga, Vols. 1-3 (Genesis / Battle Cry / Homecoming) by Jack McKinney
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
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