Here we get into the review proper. The reviewer, thinking himself some sort of writer, tends to judge on more on story, characters, and plot, than anything else. Write what you know, and all that. Still, if he notices something, will going to speak out. You don’t right virtual novels on things and then suddenly go tight-lipped. (Well, not often at any rate.)
More screen captures clutter things here. If you didn’t enjoy them the first time, they don’t get any better from here. They may actually get worse, depending on the subject.
By the last few paragraphs, if the reviewer has his act together, he should be readying up for…
The summary of thought. Or lack there of. Some of this might be a repetition of the Spoiler Free Review and then again it might not be. Depending on whether it is or it isn’t.
Hopefully that’s clear to someone somewhere. The odds, however, aren’t good.
Following this the reviewer, in his wisdom, has another section. A final section of thoughts after the Final Thoughts section. The man’s insane. Or unfamiliar with the term final.
Whenever the reviewer finds something that doesn’t fit the review yet he feels merits discussion, he put it in as an end note. You, of course, won’t be reading this straight, as you’ll be clicking on the little hovering numbers. Right? Right.
At the end of each end note is a BACK link which should return you to whence you were in the article.
And that’s about it. Now go check out a review, see how well this bozo keeps with his template. Betcha a nondollar he blows it with his next review.
But then again, I would know. Wouldn’t I?