Fun stuff from the League reviews:
"There is a theory that *any* time spent reading is time well spent. If this is the reading matter, I disagree -- separating one's belly-button lint into individual strands would be time better spent. The quality of writing would be barely acceptable from a middle school student. The "plot," such as it is, would be barely acceptable from a grade schooler. The two big moments of the book are the destruction of Venice by a method so incredibly illogical and moronic that it would be an unacceptable plot device coming from anyone older than seven, and a raid by The League on a castle in (pick one: Mongolia, Manchuria, Russia, Siberia -- the author clearly has no idea, so your guess is as good as any). "That
is how you open a review.
"Anything I write will be remembered and listed in bibliographies on Dune for several hundred years ..." — some delusional halfwit troll.