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02/17/2004: "...a joy to read..."
While scanning a prominent publishing house's list of new releases, I came across a big splash page for a book I reviewed recently. The big tagline underneath the book (with strategically placed ellipses) was taken from my review! My name wasn't included, of course. Maybe it's on the book jacket too!
"Marcus strikes a rare and delicate balance of scientific detail and layperson accessibility in this overview of an exploding field of inquiry….a joy to read….Marcus gives most readers more than enough to think about here."
I guess I should get used to this? When I find pullquotes like these, I'm always tempted to cross 'em out, fill in the text hidden by the conveniently-placed ellipses (usually something unflattering), and scrawl "BY GEETA" in big Sharpie-markered letters. Hah.
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