At Last! Writerless Book Reviews!
At Paperback L.A. A Casual Anthology, we just don’t get why so many readers lament a decrease in book review sections in the dwindling number of newspapers and magazines. Who needs human book reviewers? We may have to wait for driverless cars because of nitpicky safety enthusiasts and anti-death special interest groups, but the unlike the auto industry, the infotainment industry doesn’t have to worry about rules or regs and is GETTING THE BOOK REVIEWING JOB DONE NOW thanks to writerless reviews!!
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