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—Rose Fox—


[Gushing]                       [Erudite]
[Reserved]                       [Nepotistic]
[Disparaging]                                            





"Gushing"


The noun: of bestselling award: -winner name: to the genre: literary scene has been verb, past tense: by authority figures: as a great noun: . Nowhere are the plural noun: for this noun: so adverb: verb, past tense: as in phrase: "", [same name]'s latest oeuvre and one adverb: adjective: to be his/her/its/their: most adjective: to date. Without verb ending in -ing: too much away, the plot verb, present tense: around a job title: who is adverb: verb, past tense: to place: and has to verb: his/her/its/their: way back, accompanied by name: , the adjective: but adjective: job title: , and the adjective: name: , easily the most adjective: and adjective: sidekick since Jar-Jar Binks. As they verb: the land of place: in search of the noun: that will verb: them the way to place: , where authority figures: will verb: them the noun: that can verb: them home at last, they all, in their own plural noun: , learn to verb: each other and themselves. Such adjective: originality must not be adjective: , especially when today's noun: is so adjective: with adjective: formula fiction. We look forward to [same name] verb ending in -ing: his/her/its/their: place among the literary plural noun: of our time, and adverb: verb ending in -ing: up another [same award] or number: in the process. (adjective: review)


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"Disparaging"


When you're verb ending in -ing: from the authority figures: and your life verb, present tense: on verb ending in -ing: number: of the most adjective: plural noun: in place: before they verb: you, would you stop to verb: a quick noun: with an adjective: noun: ? Readers will find themselves verb ending in -ing: this noun: adverb: as they verb: " phrase: ", author name: 's latest number: -page effort, because this adjective: noun: comes up adverb: . character name: may be on the run, but pronoun: has more plural noun: than James Bond and adverb: finds the time to verb: them all adverb: . Given [same name]'s proclivities, it's adjective: that many of the plural noun: are named after his/her/its/their: former job title: s, and the noun: is likewise adjective: . Among the book's few adjective: plural noun: are the adjective: noun: , which are verb, past tense: with surprising adjective: , and the adjective: setting of place: , described in adjective: detail that shows [same name] must have verb, past tense: at least number greater than 1: plural time unit: doing research. Perhaps after another number: plural noun: into the literary noun: , pronoun: will finally verb: this writing thing. Until then, we're off to verb: different name: 's latest, which—as usual—verb, present tense: much the same noun: in a vastly adjective: fashion.


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"Reserved"


It's adjective: to categorize "phrase: ," the latest collection of plural noun: from adjective: name: . For a first noun: , it's adjective: , but when verb, past tense: in the light of [same name]'s number: academic and size: -press publications, the matter becomes more adjective: ." phrase: " and "phrase: ", respectively the ordinal number: and ordinal number: plural noun: , are clearly adjective: and worthy of being verb, past tense: in this year's plural noun: . In contrast, "phrase: " is one of the most adjective: pieces of noun: to cross this reviewer's noun: in many plural time period: . All the plural noun: cover adjective: themes, such as noun: and the adjective: of plural noun: , and [same name] is to be verb, past tense: for engaging such adjective: topics at all. Regrettably, his/her/its/their: authorial noun: does not verb: up to his/her/its/their: character trait: . One would verb: more from the noun: of adjective: author different name: . Only time will verb: whether such plural noun: will, in the end, be adjective: .


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"Erudite"


When one verb, present tense: a noun: such as "phrase: ", it can only be verb, past tense: to the late ordinal: century works of name: , whose sayings "phrase: " and "phrase: " remain part of the noun: to this day. Similarly, the adjective: verbiage verb, past tense: by different name: is so adverb: and adverb: adjective: that it almost defies noun: . When verb, past tense: in the rubric of adjective: genre: , the extent to which it verb, present tense: from its fellow plural noun: is so adjective: as to be adverb: adjective: , especially when one verb, present tense: the adjective: noun: in which it was verb, past tense: ; and indeed, no more adverb: , adverb: , and adverb: adjective: and adjective: noun: or noun: could adverb: be verb, past tense: . Though the noun: of such adjective: plural noun: may be verb, past tense: by adjective: plural noun: , those of us who verb: the implications of a noun: like this will adverb: verb: and verb: adverb: off to our plural noun: , adjective: and adjective: .


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"Nepotistic"


When name: first told me pronoun: was working on a noun: , I was adjective: , but I verb, past tense: to verb: it. Let me verb: you, I was adverb: verb, past tense: . To verb: that my family member: had verb, past tense: something so adjective: ! Without verb ending in -ing: too much away, the plot verb, present tense: around a person: who is adverb: verb, past tense: to place: and has to verb: his/her/its/their: way back, accompanied by name: , the adjective: but adjective: job title: , and the adjective: name: , easily the most adjective: and adjective: sidekick since Jar-Jar Binks. As they verb: the land of place name: in search of the noun: that will verb: them the way to place name: , where authority figures: will verb: them the noun: that can verb: them home at last, they all, in their own plural noun: , learn to verb: each other and themselves. Such adjective: originality must not be adjective: , especially when today's noun: is so adjective: with adjective: formula fiction. I'm twice as adjective: on books by plural noun: I verb: , so when I verb: that "phrase: " is the next adjective: noun: , you can be adjective: that I adverb: mean it.

(verb, past tense: review)


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Rose Fox is the result of a genetic experiment to create the perfect writer. Having escaped from the laboratory, she now roams the streets of New York, looking for inspiration in gutters and rainbows.






content Copyright 2006, Rose Fox—All Rights Reserved
script 2006, Darin C. Bradley & Andrew Hatchell—All Rights Reserved










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