Atlanta Nights is the hottest book going at the moment.
What the hell is Atlanta Nights?
How bad is it? Jim Macdonald writes:
Two chapter twelves. Yes, there are. There’s lots more fun with chapters. Two chapters with different numbers are identical. There’s a missing chapter. Two different chapters (with different numbers) were written (by different authors) from the same outline, so the same events happen twice. (Chapters 12 and 15, if you must know.) Characters change description. Characters change gender. Characters change race. The genre changes. As does tense. As does point of view. Grammar and spelling are … creative. Plot is … well, “minimal” is such a harsh word. And inaccurate, too. Plot is missing.