Buy the book.
... but must I read the book? From the chunks I've seen, it's overly written, crammed to the rafters with pointless detail, pretentious, and crude by turns. Not to mention, what sort of idiot puts herself through that many incredibly dangerous miscarriages to give birth to a baby who's apt to suffer from a terrible genetic impairment? Ms. Niffenegger's Mary-Sue Clare, that's who. Dear Mr. Roeper, might I donate my hard-earned fifteen bucks to a good charity instead...? Or at least put it toward the purchase of a GOOD time-travel romance, like Selden Edwards' "The Little Book"...?
Aug 19 - 05:45 AM
Have you read the book, or are you going by general consensus? The book was not overly detailed, it was to the point and well written. Please, stick to your sappy, predictable novels and let the rest of us enjoy something new.
Aug 25 - 06:12 PM
ye i read the book ..it was good son ..but the movie blew..nigga roeper knos his **** son
Aug 19 - 09:21 AM
What exactly were the "mind bending developements" that made Richard's brain freeze. I didn't notice any. Maybe his brain is just more apt to freezing. That must be an awful condition to have when you review movies for a living; we all know how cold they keep theaters. My condolences.
Mar 17 - 02:51 PM
You are right.
Aug 5 - 10:13 AM
the only thing that truely represents this book is the trailer. other than that, like you said in 3 words: buy the book. it is amazing!
May 1 - 11:17 PM