Mrs. Giggles has put up her her review of 72 Hours, the first book in the Devlin Group series. It received an 88, which is one point higher than the score she gave On the Edge, though I don’t think the review itself is…as positive.
There were a couple of places where I regressed back to a little kid sputtering but…but…but… in response, but my personal philosophy is that the book lives or dies on the page—it either worked for that reader or it didn’t. Following reviews around trying to explain, justify or clarify is not only an exercise in futility, but a little unattractive, as well.
So I’m going to take the review and add it to the melting pot of suggestions I try to apply to future books, and then I’ll focus on my DG guys (and their women) getting an 87 and an 88 from Mrs. Giggles. :boogie: