Book reviewers have a tough job, you guys. They have to read books and, you know, review them. It’s not as sexy as it sounds, and the truth is sometimes they get tired and become not so good at coming up with original words to say. And then, occasionally, the book they’re reviewing doesn’t quite cut the mustard.
But they have to write something, right? Perhaps something like these blurbs.
“Reading this book was a viable alternative to being fitted for adult braces.”
“This will likely not be the only book you ever read.”
“You will undoubtedly read this after having read something else.”
“Reading it occupied time I could have spent doing other things.”
“Of all the books I’ve ever read, this was the most recent.”
“This was a book I apparently read.”
“Once I started reading the book, I couldn’t put it down. It was covered in industrial strength maple syrup.”