Monday, April 16, 2012

What's Praiseworthy?

There are many qualities that made this book praiseworthy, but some are more predominant than others. The author's sheer ability to explain, twist, solve, bend, and present problems and solutions makes the book seem credible. This gives the audience a sense that they learned something actually useful after reading the book. When readers feel accomplished, proud, or glad after reading a story, that is when the author knows that he/she accomplished what he/she strove for when first writing the book.

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