The Blade Itself: Book One Of The First Law - Joe Abercrombie Reviews
Description:ISBN 0575079797 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Joe Abercrombie / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 544 Pages / Book is published 2007-03-08 by ... more
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Writing reviews can be difficult at times all because of Bell Curves! What you may ask is a Bell Curve? This graph that plots the law of averages - most things are by definition average therefore sit on the centre of a graph. It is rarer to have an awful 1 star review, or a brilliant 5 star review - therefore the edges of the graph flatten out. This means that the graph is shaped like a Bell! Being such a rare occurrence for me writing a 5 star review is a joy as it allows me to show a bit of passion and perhaps ignore some minor faults. When I was offered a Fantasy book by a friend to read I was not expecting to be writing a positive review, in fact my experiences Read the complete review
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