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Please try again later. Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Franklin Benjamin Cartwright, a reporter and heir to the family fortune, sells his share of newspaper his grandfather started and wants to leave behind the Rat Race of the big city for the country life in a small town, maybe even start a family. There are a lot of interesting twists and turns in the plot that will keep you reading as Franklin learns more about the town and gets drawn into a murder investigation.
The story has. The plot of "It's a Dog's Life" was intriguing. It painted a quaint picture of small town life, almost a "Mayberry" of sorts. I came to love the characters and felt like I was also visiting their tiny village.
I am sad to say, that is where the praise ends. Not to sound harsh, but Mr. Garbowski needs to, at the very least, go back to grade school and learn the simple rules of English; for example, where to place 'ed' and 'ing' and so forth.
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I am afraid that too many independently published writers these days are producing so many worthless, poorly scripted, misspelled novels that it gives serious unknown writers that have worthwhile, well-written books, a bad name. Readers then shy away from many unfamiliar books on Kindle. It's true that just about everyone has a story to tell and should be encouraged to write. This is in no way a bad plot, but Garbowski, at the very least, could have hired a college English major to proofread and edit his later drafts.
The absence of editing undermines this story and I found it difficult to take the writer and his novel seriously. One or two typos in a literary work or a fragmented sentence here and there are somewhat forgivable. Sadly, page after page was filled with what can only be described as a lack of knowledge of basic grammar and spelling accompanied by the complete disregard for the rules of writing. One last word of advice to Edward Garbowski, please, purchase a thesaurus. While still young, he has inherited his View Product. Bait Dog.
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