Words … Words … Words; are those which make the human capable of making the most crucial decisions in their lives; being a business proposal, a leader to follow, who to give your heart to and also, as random as the comparison shall appear, it’s the same with reading. What’s been drawing my attention recently is the endless number of “reviews” so to call, which have turned into a mean fest and totally alters the principal purpose on why they exist. According to a dictionary, a book review is: a form of literary criticism in which a book is analyzed based on content, style, and merit. To mention one example a few days ago I stumbled across a topic at X place that in my personal opinion is trash in random words that the so called review’s author vision over X title, even though I have always agreed with negative reviews since this allows the author to grow in several aspects, but mean fests are not a part of this. Said review’s author had lines and lines of cheap blabbering bringing down X title, which awoke my curiosity in the aspect that motivates a person not only to sound immature, but illiterate. I have always kept myself away from drama in these topics, but for the first time I had to raise my voice with a simple comment: “… I respect everyone’s opinion, but I don’t find classy being mean.” The reply was: “It’s a satire.” If I’m not mistaken in that X place the little box below the book didn’t said: “Insert a Satire Here”, it said: “Insert a REVIEW Here”. At the end every one of us decides how we want to be portrayed in the way we write or “reviews” if it’s an eloquent sincere critique or it’s a mean feast. I’ve had the pleasure to meet a lot of authors in the year I been reviewing books and one of the things I learned is that words mean something to them too, they do have hearts and because we pay for their books that doesn’t gives us a free ticket to bash them. For me is that I always apply to myself a bible quote that I love: “Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks …” Also another frequent topic is Twilight “similarities”. It’s TIME to accept the Twilight Phenophenon for what it is: a HUGE exposition for a lot of GREAT authors and Publisher Houses to give the readers that magic element we love in stories. It’s time to leave the comparisons aside because of one simple common random element with this phenomenon. It’s not fair for such beautiful creative minds that exist in Young Adult Literature. To conclude, I want to thank all the authors who have been supporting my little web because NOT one of them asked me for a good review, because they let me be sincere and for the pleasure to have a little piece of their treasure here that is not other thing that the work they create with love. To all of the people who love books, I wish you all beautiful happy reading moments and if you don’t like a book don’t worry, don’t BASH, there are hundreds of books that can put a smile on your face.