From: Joy Matkowski (
Date: 03 Nov 2003

I loved this book, Miker, as have all the other women I've heard mention it. Women even cite him as proof that, yes, a male author can write a real female character. Yet male readers seem to hate this series.
    Have any male rare birds loved this book? Have any female rare birds hated it?

Joy, who doesn't recall suspending any disbelief

Miker wrote:
> I forgot to mention that I read Eversz's SHOOTING
> ELVIS about a week or two ago. I have been hearing
> about Nina Zero for a long time, so I thought I'd give
> it a shot. I didn't care for it. It was definitely
> cartoonish, but that's not usually a problem for me.
> I don't mind suspending disbelief for something
> worthwhile, but this books read like a bad computer
> animation. Eversz was ineffective at framing his
> characters and the plot was lackluster.

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