Might have a different view of it if I invested more time and read all seventeen pages of posts on the subject, but that's how I look at the face of it, and I don't wanna spend that much time on listening to everyone blather ad nauseum about how bad it was. I'd rather be reading the book and deciding for myself.
But equally that also why what the Author thinks the book is saying is of little value or real interest to me. The work either stands on it's own merits or it doesn't. I think some of our authors and their bag-carriers get a little too hot into brow-beating people into accepting a 'correct' reading of a book.