Melissa at Proffitt.com
Sat Dec 30 03:15:58 EST 2006
On Fri, 29 Dec 2006 23:28:24 -0700, Robyn Starkey wrote:
>I think preachiness is a criticism that I make of books that tend to be
>lacking in other qualities, like the message is the only thing the book
>has going for it - no good characters or interesting plot or other
>redeeming feature. That horrible Rainbow Fish book that Melissa hates so
>much is a good example of a preachy book, plus its message SUCKS.
Because it's EVIL. <shudder> They put those stupid foil shiny bits on it
to hypnotize children and suck their brains out through their noses. You
know it's true. :)
So which is worse: a preachy book with no other redeeming qualities, or a
well-written book that's preaching something awful?
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