Top critical review
August 4, 2018
The author tries too hard to make our hero sound like Studley Whiplash. Our hero doesn't love his girl, but of course the girl loves him. Every idea our hero has turns out to be absolutely right, while the other characters are often wrong. Even our hero's unfounded assumptions are always spot on. The author appears to have played too many video games, as our hero doesn't seem bothered (and, of course, never afraid) by seeing monsters and friends torn to pieces, not too mention sitting in the gore of his splattered wife, literally, and discussing the facts of life without blinking an eye.