Some hate a story, others have it in their keeper pile for decades. But not even give a reader a chance to figure out for themselves by spilling spoilers is an offence worthy of having one's eyes plucked out. Ok, maybe a bit extreme - how about we bash their fingers with a wooden meat tenderizer a few times.
I'm refering in part to the yet unreleased Robert Kaplow's Who's Killing the Writer's of America
Now, my annoyance isn't really the reviewers' fault - link is a SPOILER!! Warning!!. OK in all honesty it wasn't even a book review I read, it was a snippet of an article about how someone famous - a comedian who feature's strongly no less, I mean isn't all publicity good publicity? - in the book, who ends up being the murderer (spoiler MF), hates being portrayed in this manner.Aw pooh! He has such strong feelings about this that he even tried to block publication of the book, but failed. The book is still due for release.
But of course, now as I write this, this very uptight, head-up-his-butt "Comedian" (who really hasn't been too funny since This movie which is a SPOILER but at least I warn you so click if you want to be spoiled and of course he'd want to spoil the mystery of the book - if he couldn't block it then by hell he'll ruin it by spoil spoil spoiling it for everyone and how. He'll be doing drive-bys of book store's shouting "I did it! It was Meeeee!!" He'll be crazy walkin' through queues at book signings causing comedic mayhem, knocking books out of customers' hands and tipping the stacks over, drawing attention away from Kaplow.
It all promises to be very interesting. I'll pre-order just because I think Mr. Spoilsport has become too dour in his old age and needs to lighten up. I mean if