Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Shortcomings of Seven Deadly Sins
Some shortcomings of "Seven Deadly Sins," would include the style in which this book was written. Most critics would judge it poorly based on this. The concept of formality is tossed around quite a lot in this book, which allows this book to act more as a conversation rather than a read. Another shortcoming would have to be some of Taylor's references. At some points in the story he makes short speeches on subjects that do not appear to pertain to the theme of the book, but there is a subliminal message that requires some thought.