Now, someone has commented on it (via the comments section of the Chapters website, where I lay a copy of the review). I would not normally respond to hate mail (or at the very least actively dislike mail), but I thought I'd take a moment in this instance to respond. As the author put this up on a public site, I assume he or she does not care about the privacy of its contents, although I will keep the name (possibly a pseudonym) anonymous.
First, the comment (whole and unedited):
Waste and Insultingly poor, may I ask how old you are because clearly you have no taste in reading material. Stephenie Meyer is a amazing author and YES her books are for young adults which you must not be. Did you even read the whole book or the whole series ? The first book in my opinion is not the best but it is farely well written. The first book is mostly about how gorgeous Edward is but it is because Bella a mire human is amazed by never imaging someone who could love her as much as Edward does. I suggest that the next time you read a book thats in the series you read the other books as well before posting rubbish like this. I believe that your comment was a waste of time.! You could learn so much from this prodigious author.Now, my response:
I don't really care. If you disagree with me, fine. If you feel you must respond, more power to you. If what I wrote offends you to such a degree that you feel your voice must be heard, I can do nothing but allow you to continue. You didn't attack me personally, so I have nothing to say other than I respectfully disagree.
But if there is one thing I've learned over the years, it is this; no one, no one will ever take you seriously if you cannot form coherent sentences. Spelling, grammar, and punctuation count.