Fete of Death

Fete of Death

by Bryan Cassiday
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Fete Of Death 2.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Irving_Washington More than 1 year ago
I was reading the reviews for Max Payne, on DVD, and the author of this book was one of the reviewers. I checked up on his book, this Fete of Death, and look what I found: 1 review, 5 stars, from anonymous. Big surprise.

The review is a laugh, as after I read it I flipped over to the Read an Excerpt.

The first sentence alone is a prime example of bad writing.

Listen, Bryan Cassiday, instead of trying to get people to read your poorly written, cliche-ridden mess, maybe actually TRY writing. Just because the words come to you doesn't mean you need to use them. I'm not saying every syllable needs to pack a wallop, but geez, show some effort.

Trust me, effort is a visible thing.

And the excerpt I read showed none.

This isn't a pissing contest, it's just my opinion of your writing. And since I'm sure you check this site, and every other site on which you have your book available for purchase, daily, I hope this message gets to you quickly and sinks in.

The writing of your Max Payne review was of a higher caliber than your book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mr. Cassiday should spend more time in writing workshops and less time trying to pimp his awful book through B+N reviews. It's shameless self promotion, but it won't come as a surprise to anyone who filps through his book. He really will have to fool people into buying this trash. And I also suspect the lone positive 5 star review was written by the author himself. How patheitc...
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a thriller that packs as many punches and plot twists as any penned by Robert Ludlum. It's a careening locomotive of a book that doesn't quit. Cassiday has a fine sense of pace, and the suspense is relentless. And one more thing: this guy can write!